Fungi, robin, and butterflies


This video says about itself:

Seen at the butterfly garden at Waalre, the Netherlands: the Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta).

Close to home today, a ring-necked parakeet calling.

Close to the nature reserve, a red admiral.

A robin singing.

A great spotted woodpecker feather on the footpath.

A jay calling.

Compared to last week, the sulphur tufts have decayed.

A speckled wood butterfly sitting on the footpath and flying.

A tree with Meripilus giganteus and porcelain fungi.

A bit further, a tree with Meripilus giganteus and Ganoderma applanatum.

Near the exit, high up a tree, a Hericium erinaceum fungus.

2 thoughts on “Fungi, robin, and butterflies

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