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Pictures of Spring.

Jackalope

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Thought I would start a thread for everyone to share their photos of spring.

I took a couple while out turkey hunting the other day.
 

Jackalope

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Dryads saddle. Also called a Pheasants Back or Hawks Wing. Its in the editable category, but so is carp, and I would rather eat a carp than this fungus. I keep an eye out for it as a visual indicator for a possible morel patch as it loves to grow on dead elm trees. They usually grow quite large and are easy to spot from a distance.

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motorbreaker

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Dryads saddle. Also called a Pheasants Back or Hawks Wing. Its in the editable category, but so is carp, and I would rather eat a carp than this fungus. I keep an eye out for it as a visual indicator for a possible morel patch as it loves to grow on dead elm trees. They usually grow quite large and are easy to spot from a distance.

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Informative post. fyi. carp can taste good.
 

Redhunter1012

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Dryads saddle. Also called a Pheasants Back or Hawks Wing. Its in the editable category, but so is carp, and I would rather eat a carp than this fungus. I keep an eye out for it as a visual indicator for a possible morel patch as it loves to grow on dead elm trees. They usually grow quite large and are easy to spot from a distance.

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I've eaten them when they were small and really fresh. They were kinda, meh. I actually grilled them with peppers, squash and onion over some sliced smoked sausage, and yet, meh