Sulphur tufts and nuthatches


Yesterday, in the nature reserve: sulphur tufts.

Speckled wood butterflies.

Sounds of nuthatch, robin, and Eurasian jay.

In one tree, Meripilus giganteus and porcelain fungus above it.

In another tree, Meripilus giganteus and Ganoderma applanatum above it.

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