The bobwhite quails are shy, secretive birds and rely on camouflage to stay undetected but will flush into low flight if disturbed at close range. They need an environment of native grasses and wildflowers, which attract many insects, for example pollinators like bees and butterflies. Quails like shrubs and briars, such as wild blackberries for shelter and food. The material and production process of my artwork (paper cut with scissors) reflects the delicacy and fragility of nature. Everything is interconnected and interwoven and has an impact on each other. My work discusses the interactions in the environment: the eternal flow of life.