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  1. Deb Burhinus

    Birdwatching in Cambridge

    Thanks for a great round up Gleb and good to know raptors are thriving on campus. I have a range of interesting fungi regularly popping up in my garden (and lawn) but they get progressively nibbled (by my resident family of squirrels I imagine). I won’t be eating any of them myself though ;)