The Flagstaff Arboretum will be holding their annual Mushroom Festival next month. There will be a mushroom tasting on the evening of Friday, August 23, 2013, and a foray on … Continue reading
The water page at the NWS lets you see how much rain has fallen and compare it to long term averages. You can pick the period of time to display, … Continue reading
The Boletes of California site includes a lot of information about boletes that are also found in Arizona. Worth a look.
The 2013 Telluride Mushroom Festival is fast approaching. The scheduled dates are August 15-18. The theme this year is the medicinal use of mushrooms. Who’s going?
Given how much rain has fallen in the month of July in the high country, I went scouting the past two weekends with high hopes for some good early flushes. … Continue reading
Here is the personal website of David Arora, who wrote two books much beloved by mushroom hunters. The enormous, encyclopedic Mushrooms Demystified is the bible of American fungophiles, especially in … Continue reading
NAMA, the North American Mycological Association, has a large and detailed website full of useful and interesting information. They are somewhat more welcoming to the amateur fungophile than the Mycology … Continue reading
Roger Phillips is a well-known photographer of fungi, flowers, and other plants. His site Roger’s Mushrooms contains not just his own beautiful mushroom photographs, but uploaded images from his readers, … Continue reading
In late summer, some of the most common mushrooms found in the high country of Arizona are the “Slippery Jacks” of the genus Suillus. These conspicuous yellow fungi are … Continue reading
InciWeb is the Incident Information System that the Forest Service and several other state and federal land management agencies maintain to provide the public with information on wildfires and prescribed burns. … Continue reading