Entries from Postcards from the Trail tagged with 'Carnivorous'

Photohunt: Free

This week's Photohunt theme is free. You could interpret this week's theme as a photo that shows 'Free'. Or use it as a free week to post anything you want. I've chosen to do a free - post anything...

Bako Day Hike

This is the fourteenth in a series of more in-depth posts on our trip to Borneo. February 24 We did not have breakfast before leaving Kuching so we started back to the canteen before going on our hike. We...

Nepenthes Trail at Mesilau Mt. Kinabalu

This is the sixth in a series of more in-depth posts on our trip to Borneo. February 16 The Rajah Nepenthes - the largest pitcher plant is endemic to Mt. Kinabalu. It was one of the must-sees on our...

Flora on Mesilau Trail - Mt Kinabalu

Rhododendron stenophyllum This is the fifth in a series of more in-depth posts on our trip to Borneo. February 15 We saw a wide array of amazing plants along the trail at Mesilau. Here are some more plants that...

Dayhiking on the Mesilau Trail at Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu This is the fourth in a series of more in-depth posts on our trip to Borneo. February 15 The morning was brilliant blue and crisp. The wind had come through at night and blown all the clouds...

Mucking through the Swamps

Another goal of the trip was to find Cephalotus, an extremely rare endemic carnivorous plant that only occurs in Albany. It is also called the Albany pitcher plant. We knew it was in the area but didn't know where...