Sunday 24 October
Fungus foray in Bagley Woods
This is a joint event with members of the Fungus Survey of Oxfordshire.
Bagley Wood is one of the largest woodlands near Oxford, and is owned and actively managed for timber by St John’s College, Oxford. Some areas of ancient oak woodland survive, along with extensive areas of conifer and broadleaf plantation, and open grassy rides and glades. The mixture of different woodland habitats results in a good diversity of fungi.
We will be in the company of some of the most knowledgeable fungus enthusiasts in Oxfordshire, and are likely to have a very interesting and rewarding afternoon’s fungus foray.
When: Wednesday 24 October, at 1:30pm
Leader: Molly Dewey(Fungus Survey of Oxfordshire)
Where: Meet at Bagley Wood Sawmill, Oxford Road, Kennington.
Postcode: OX1 5LY; Grid Ref: SP507020.
Parking: We have permission to park at Bagley Woods Sawmill. The Sawmill gate will be open from 1pm until 1:45pm, but will then be padlocked shut.
Map: RED pin on the following Google Maps link
What to expect: a walk in woodland on uneven, potentially muddy ground. Wear stout walking boots, and clothing suitable for the weather. Note: there are no toilets at Bagley Woods!
To book a place on this field outing: Please email Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org.