Four toadstools from Caro Wilson
With the exception of the mushroom (see picture in margin), I have no idea which are poisonous and which are edible, so BEWARE – and make sure your kids don’t pick and eat any. Top left: Shaggy Parasol; right: Honey Waxcap. Bottom left: Fairy Ring; right: Blackening Waxcap.
Some beautiful birds:
There is a communal roost of choughs at Church Bay, Anglesey – between 21 and 23 turned up at the roost at dusk, mainly coming from the south. These two siblings ae part of that roost.
A very handsome heron
A dray or scurry of squirrels!
The top two pictures hee were taken by Jo Jones and the bottom one by Gerrit Forrester.
A group of squirrels is called a dray or a scurry. he dray or drey specifically refers to the nest or a nest of squirrels and is often employed to describe a mother and her young. Squirrels are relatively solitary animals (i.e. not pack animals) making scurries, somewhat, but not entirely, uncommon.
And a lovely sunset taken by Nick Jones