Field Trips and Winter Talks

Field trips take place on an occasional basis and will be advertised in our Facebook group. Talks are scheduled in the winter because there is less activity in the wild; summer is far too busy, with different plants and insects to see almost every week.

This is our current talks schedule: Winter Indoor Talks

Please be aware that the countryside has its hazards, and you come on field trips at your own risk.

The photographs bordering this page are (clockwise from top left): a haircap moss, Polytrichum species; a wood-rotting fungus, Pluteus aurantiacus; a fungus, Bolbitius vitellinus; an unidentified crustose lichen; a webcap fungus, Cortinarius elegantissimus; Deadly Nightshade, Atropa belladonna; Chicken of the Woods, Laetiporus sulphureus; Woolly Thistle, Cirsium eriophorum; Chanterelle, Cantharellus cibarius; Orange Peel Fungus, Aleuria aurantia; an unidentified fern frond; Scarlet Elf-cup, Sarcoscypha austriaca; an umbellifer awaiting identification; a fungus, Anthracobia species.   They are all copyright © Trudy Fleming 2012.