Fungal Paradise!

Yesterday (November 27) I walked the loop in the late afternoon. There had been rain over the weekend, so I was on the alert for fungi. There were large outcroppings of them in various places, and a number of new species for me, including Redwood Rooter and Sulphur Tuft. But the Oyster Mushroom crop was among the prettiest:
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/8959854

Varied Thrush were everywhere, being furtive, of course, when the camera was out. But I am learning the full range of their sounds. This has been one of the best side benefits of the adoptive trail plan (ATP): it has taught me bird vocalizations at a finer level than I would have learned them otherwise.
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/8960334

Posted by gyrrlfalcon gyrrlfalcon, November 28, 2017 16:35

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