Natbagging

Natbagged items. Photo by me.

 

Verb, to Natbag. To be a natbagger. Natbagging (a habit).

The collection of natural items (or manuports) put in one’s bag or pocket to be taken home or elsewhere. Often instinctive.

Examples to include *but not limited to* ~

shells, petals, buds, exuviae, feathers, wasp nest fragments, lichen, pebbles, seeds, dead butterfly wings, sheep wool, pinecones, King Alfred’s Cakes, nuts, bones, mermaid’s purses, owl pellets…

Note: No animal or plant shall be harmed in the process. 

My thanks to @biophilliabod for reminding me!

 

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