fehncheus tree

Known for its distinctive weblike roots, the fehncheus tree is a slow-moving carnivorous plant. During the first bloom of spring, a tree will grow fanlike leaves over its root structure, creating an environment ideal for nesting spritefinches. As the season progresses and the eggs of the nesting spritefinch hatch, the roots will slowly fold into… read more »

Fiddler’s Lake

Quiet and serene for eleven months out of the year, Fiddler’s Lake is some miles southwest of Drawermarket. During the month of June, the storm winds hit the roots of the fehncheus trees around the lake, creating the melody of the lake’s eponymous ‘fiddler.’