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ForBioSensing - admiring biodiversity: September forest

September is a breakthrough month between summer and autumn. It is a great time for forest walks and family mushroom picking. It is also the beginning of a rut, which is characterized by the loud roaring of males, commonly known as "bulls". This is one of the many attractions that await you during your September walk in the forest.

Long hikes in search of tasty porcini mushrooms are a great pleasure. During their last stay in the forest, ForBioSensing employees had the opportunity to collect several beautiful specimens. It is worth remembering that during the trip, the brain is well oxygenated,
which can cause fatigue which affects visual perception. That is why it is so easy to make a mistake when picking mushrooms.

For the sake of your own life and health, pick and eat mushrooms that we know and know that are edible. We do not collect protected species and we do not destroy poisonous fungi, they are food for animals as well as for old mushrooms, because they spread spores from which new ones will grow. And if you notice disturbing symptoms after eating mushrooms, you should see a doctor as soon as possible.


We should also remember about the rules of behavior in the forest during mushroom picking. Keep quiet in the forest. It is also not allowed to litter - probably none of you likes this view. Let's set a good example for other mushroom pickers, collect rubbish from the forest and take it with us.


Text. W.Duranowska

Photo. K.Pilch