Fly agaric (Amanita muscaria)
Common and Brown Puffball
Tubulifera arachnoidea (slime mould)
Yesterday I cycled about 12 miles along the forest tracks on the Southern and Western part of the forest. At this time of year it is a bit of a struggle to get bird species into double figures. There were 15 Crossbills, some were singing and a similar number of Siskins. A Peregrine flew over a clearing and stooped into a meadow Pipit flock but they were too quick and it continued flying Southeast. The best thing in the forest were the fungi with thousands of Fly agaric and several other typical pinewood species.