Veluwe fungi and birds, photos and bye bye!


Clavaria argillacea, 13 November 2017

As this blog wrote earlier: ’13 November 2017. The day after 12 November. Our last full day in the Veluwe region. We went to the Kootwijkerzand sandy plain.’ Sorry for the photos of that day coming so late. Like this one, of rare Clavaria argillacea fungi growing in a patch of heather amidst the sand.

Clavaria argillacea, on 13 November 2017

Kootwijkerzand, 13 November 2017

Around us, more sparse vegetation, until the forest further away.

Kootwijkerzand trees, 13 November 2017

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