A showery morning with a brisk wind, but we missed the worst of the showers, and Troopers Hill produced another good crop of some 40 or so fungi.
As in previous year's Justin Smith was our expert. Susan had planned the route having checked the Hill the previous day (and taken some photos, see facebook link below). Again there was a good range of waxcaps in the grassland and the popular fly agaric was found amonst some low level bramble near a silver birch.
At the end of the walk, we also looked at the range of fungi on the log climbing structure in the Field.
There are also some close up photos of the fungi on our facebook page here
If you would like to learn more about fungi visit Justin's website at www.bristolfungi.org.uk.
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