The entrance to WHOLA
The Wickiup Hill Outdoor Learning Area building.
Information board. Check the map so you don't get lost.
Plenty of trails to hike.
The group before we head out
Barbara found this lovely Helvella crispa
Lycogala epidendrum was found on several logs.
I've never seen this many orange cups (Aleuria aurantia) in one spot.
Orange Peel cups.
Pholiota on a log over a stream. Be careful not to confuse these with with Honey mushrooms.
Golden Pholiota (Pholiota aurivella) on a log over a small stream.
This wasp was first warming itself on Glen.
A tree full of Ishnoderma resinosum
Tricholomopsis rutilans, also know as Plums and Custard.
Somewhat unusual to find two different cups so close together.
Hericium coralloides. Note the old snake skin on the ground near the fungi.
There was a log with many fruiting bodies of Hericium coralloides.
The table of identified mushrooms.
Dean identifies fungus while other look and learn.
The path to Wickiup Hill Natural Area.
Map of Wickiup Hiill area, from the Education Center at the south end to the public hunting area to the north.