Log Islands of Life

The lakes and ponds of western Washington are home to a unique community of plants that grow on partially submerged logs.  My wife Jennifer and I paddleboarded out to some of these log islands and filmed the plants that call these downed trees home.  We observed carnivorous sundews capturing insects, I managed to keep from tipping over, and Jen kept her phone dry!! We hope you enjoy sharing our discoveries on a beautiful kettle pond!

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