The Great Morel™ extends a very warm welcome to all its morel mushroom hunting visitors! Morels have once again come and gone and another morel mushroom season has passed us by – the 2020 season has unofficially come to a close! Yep, the first early morel reports came in from Georgia (Feb 20), and the morels then made their push north. The reports have almost trickled to a stop. Mother Nature was really kind early on and then she wrecked havoc on many. The memories and reflections of the morel season was filled with highs and lows – some bountiful, others not so. The summer months are upon us and the morel has begun its hiatus so we once again find ourselves waiting for the annual ritual of the hunt for ever-elusive great morel.
it is about the annual ritual of the hunt for ever-elusive great morel
As the 2020 season comes to a close, it was certainly filled with mixed results for many morel hunters across the U.S. and Canada. You can read a recap of the 2020 Season Summary report here (coming in late June). As with most morel seasons, often times morel hunters were blessed with the kindness of Mother Nature, and others were not. The 2020 Season was no exception –nature and the weather can play havoc on the life of the morel! You can check out the sightings page for a summary of the season in the various regions of the US and Canada.
The Great Morel™ was created by enthusiastic and passionate morel mushroom hunters for enthusiastic and passionate morel mushroom hunters. Visitors in search of resourceful information won’t have to look hard to find it. As for those who are wondering “what the heck is this shroom’n crap all about?” you will certainly have a better understanding after poking around a little bit.
Known as one of the most resourceful compilations of information on morel mushrooms on the Internet, The Great Morel™ is all about morels. You will find one of the most extensive listing of morel links, where you can find everything related to the great morel. Add to that a bit of good humor, some great stories, and some of the most beautiful images – let’s just say you’ve got a great place to enjoy a morel moment.
Thanks to the contributions of many, The Great Morel™ has compiled what may be the single largest morel recipe collection, which is sure to delight the taste buds of all. For those shoomers who are seeking ways to preserve their morels, hit the morel preserving page to learn how others are doing it. Check out the stories and tales page for interesting stories submitted by loyal followers of The Great Morel™.
If you are in search of answers to the mysteries of the great morel, visit the frequently asked questions page or the popular Facebook Group – The Great Morel Information Exchange Facebook Group where you can share your insights with other morel mushroom hunting enthusiasts. (note: The Great Morel will be phasing out the web page Forum heading in to the 2020 season, apologies to the old school forum members.)
The Great Morel™ was created by enthusiastic and passionate morel mushroom hunters for enthusiastic and passionate morel mushroom hunters.
The Great Morel’s Blog Posts and Articles have some very interesting information and articles on all things morel. Covering topics from hunting tips to in-depth research articles on morels – there are some very interesting posts. So make sure you take your time and read some of the posts. Start wandering around to see what you can find. Enjoy your stay!
The Mini-Image gallery below are some of the highlighted images sent in to the Sightings Map in during the 2020 Season.
For a complete showing of all the morels in their natural setting sent in during this season, check out the 2020 Sightings Gallery. Also check out the Sightings Maps and all of the other great photo galleries