What's in this Paddle?:
- Birdseye Maple: Birdseye Maple is not technically a distinct species of Maple, but rather, it’s a figure that’s occasionally found in sugar maple trees. It’s named "birdseye" because the figure resembles small bird’s eyes. The figure is reportedly caused by unfavorable growing conditions for the tree. The Sugar Maple attempts to start numerous new buds to get more sunlight, but with poor growing conditions the new shoots are aborted, and afterward a number of tiny knots remain.
- Walnut: The walnut tree grows in Mid and Eastern United States and Canada. The heartwood can range from a lighter pale brown to a dark chocolate brown with darker brown streaks. Its color can also have a grey, purple, or reddish cast.
- Chechen: Due to its beautiful color, chechen is often referred to as caribbean rosewood. The heartwood color of chechen is highly varied, with reds, oranges and browns. The color of the wood darkens a bit to a red brown with age.