Northland Nature: Lobster mushrooms appear in the woods
The rains of May and June that got our warm season off to a start brought a wet one as well. Both months saw far more than usual precipitation, and were also above normal in temperature. July has continued with the heat, if not so much with the moisture. But still we are seeing the effects of a warm, wet early summer. Roadside plants thrive under these conditions and I continue to see a huge variety of summer wildflowers each time I pass by.
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