This 17 October 2017 Dutch video is about the fungi in Haagse Bos forest in The Hague.
On 14 October 2017, to Oud Poelgeest woodland. Quite some fungi, like these vermilion waxcaps.
Over the meadow east of Oud Poelgeest, an Egyptian goose flying.
On the banks of the water around Oud Poelgeest, sleeping mallards.
A bit further four mute swans, including a juvenile.
Sulphur tuft fungi on a tree stump.
In the water, many mallards and also four gadwall ducks.
A moorhen swims.
We find vermilion waxcaps.
The most common fungi here now are amethyst deceiver mushrooms.
Many mute swans, including young ones, in the castle pond.
Ring-necked parakeet sound. Robin sound.
As we cross the bridge out of Oud Poelgeest, a great crested grebe swimming.
We go to the Heempark.
Blue tits in a leafless treetop.
The sun shining through the leaves.
Many leaves had autumn colours already.
There were berries.
At the pond, a grey heron hunting. Some of what it catches is so small they are probably water insects, not fish.
Two coots. A moorhen swimming.
Some trees had unusual shapes.
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