It was a beautiful fall day when 6 of us walked about 4 km around a small loop in the Copeland Forest management area. This 4400 acre area is managed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forest and is a multi-use forest. We saw bike riders, horse riders, mushroom hunters and dog walkers. We spent 3 hours walking and checking out the multitude of mushrooms and plants. We found the trails well-marked, using a map downloaded from the Friends of Copeland’s website.
The photos are thanks to Allan Thompson
|A stream at Copeland forest||Squirrel corn||Monotropa|
|Ustilago -Dead Man’s fingers||Ustilago||Climacadon septrionale
|Turkey tails||Lycoperdon -Puff Balls||Hericium americanum|
|Honey mushrooms||Honey mushrooms||Marasmius rotula|