After an abundance of rain in recent days, naturalist Larry Weber says the weekend should be a fine time to get out and find mushrooms. Late summer and early fall brings the beginning of fall colors, and many birds are starting to take wing, including hawks, flickers, blue jays, thrushes and turkeys. Even as temps start to turn cooler, many insects are still abundant, including green darner dragonflies, bees and butterflies. Larry has been hearing spring peepers and gray tree frogs in the woods, and the other day witnessed a new baby snapping turtle searching for the water. Closer to the end of the month should be peak week for leaf colors.