Fungi names are changing all the time--this used to be called Polyporus badius.
New leaves unfurling.
Brownish yellowish horsetails, about 6-10 inches tall.
In the second photo, the tiny prickles that give it its name are visible. Also called Cleavers.
About 2.5 cm long
There was a patch of these plants in a moist area along a creek. I thought they were ramps, but there was no garlic/onion smell.
This daffodil was blooming under a bush near a creek in a game lands meadow.
The first sighting of this spring ephemeral for 2015.
Dark brown to blackish crowded jelly blobs. It breaks down dead wood.
Early Spring growth, soon after the snow has melted.
Early Spring growth, just after the snow has melted.
Gilled fungus, growing on wood. Also called Late Oyster. Brownish green to olive green to blue-green cap with off-white gills that sometimes have a peach or yellow tint. The point of attachment to the wood is usually quite pronounced, the gills do not run all the way into the attachment point.