Monthly Archives: December 2012

Fungi Puzzle

From Tony Carter, 24th December 2012 Despite the rain, suitably dressed, I ventured out to Allerton Golf Course on Christmas Eve. The course was closed for play, allowing me to wander without the danger of avoiding flying golf balls. Two … Continue reading

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Winter Fungi

From Tony Carter 21 December 2012. At this time of year, the focus of mycological interest turns to bracket and crust fungi that are to be found growing from trees and inhabiting the underside of fallen trunks and branches. Because … Continue reading

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Waterloo, 2nd December 2012

It was cold and overcast, but not frosty, like it had been the last two mornings. On the way through town to Central Station I spotted a recently-dead pigeon in Basnett Street. It had its wings half spread, and its … Continue reading

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