30 Times People Found Fascinating Stuff In Nature And Shared In This Online Group (New Pics)
Our ancestors used to derive all sorts of food by foraging in the woods. There is no doubt that mother nature has always been nourishing us with her love and abundance. Even today, many people continue to look for useful things in their neighborhood, and mother nature doesn’t cease to amaze them.
There are two Reddit communities in which people share amazing things they find in their local areas. The online communities “The ‘Foraging’ and ‘Mushrooms’” have a collection of images showing awesome discoveries by people who go out foraging in nature. Check out some of the best photos that we have scoured from their collection in the gallery below.
#1 Found Salmon Berries, Wine Berries, Osoberries, And Red Huckle Berries All Within A 5 Minute Walk Of My Front Door!
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#2 When You Know Where The Blueberries Are
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#3 Had To Get Past The Woodland Blackberry Guardian Before I Could Pick The Berries Today
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#4 What Is In There?
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#5 My 10.5 Year Old Lab Recently Learned To Truffle Hunt. So Proud Of Him!
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#6 Eating My Morel Pasta Alone After Failing To Convince Any Of My Family To Try It. Somebody Please Appreciate It With Me
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#7 Made Some Ice Cubes With Freshly Foraged Lilac. Looking Forward To Some Summer Cocktails With These!
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#8 This Counts As Foraging, Right?
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I drove to Maine and collected 10gal of seawater, boiled it down over the course of 3 days, and got 2 quarts of sea salt.
#9 I Made A Acorn Shaped Mushroom Pendant
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#10 Had To Repost Bc Of How Cute It Is
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#11 My Favorite Wild Raspberry Site Is Being Bulldozed To Build Some Houses ? So, I Rescued As Many Plants As I Could! …does It Still Count As Foraging If I Transplant Foraged Plants In My Yard?
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So, I rescued as many plants as I could! Does it still count as foraging if I transplant foraged plants in my yard?
#12 Me With My Baskets That I Made From Foraged Willow – I Took Them To Take Pictures Now That The Willow Is Leafing
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#13 Salmonberry Season Is Crazy This Year!!! Yum!! I’ve Never Seen Them This Big And Tasty Before
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#14 Thought Someone Might Enjoy !
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#15 Massive Bolete
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#16 Made Fried Chicken Of The Woods Sandwich With Foraged Chicken Of The Woods
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#17 Aloha From Hawaii! This Is By Far The Coolest Things I’ve Ever Foraged
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#18 Good Friend Found The Mother Load
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#19 Found Some Chicken
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#20 So Today I Have Found A Couple Dozens Of Asparagus Or So
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#21 A Fungal Zombie Deer Emerges From The Leaf Litter. Please Roll For Initiative
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#22 This Ramp Sourdough Took Me Literally All Weekend To Make, Between Foraging The Ramp Leaves And Making The Damn Bread. Thought It Deserved To Be On My Finest China
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#23 Midwestern Forager’s Pb&j: Black Walnut Butter And Black Raspberry Jam
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#24 New Favorite Fermented Drink: Unripe Pinecone Wild Soda
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#25 These Were All Surrounding One Dead Elm
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#26 Eye Of Sauron Shroom
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#27 Having My Cake And Eating It Too!
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#28 I Harvested Cloudberries In The Arctic Last Week!
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#29 First Noble Fir Pine Cone Of The Year In Denmark. So Tender, So Delicious!
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#30 Foraged Some Mushrooms Today And Then A Weird Primate Tossed Broccoli At Me
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