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I live about 100 miles from the pacific coast and two of my neighbors have cow pastures. It's been rainy lately and I want to try finding liberty caps, but before I trespass, what are my chances of even finding them? This is by Portland, Oregon by the way.
Probaly pretty good right now, also check wood chips for Ps. Cyans and stuntziis. Be very careful about ID thou, you dont want to get any Galernias. Try going to the grow/find section of the shroomery.
Liberty caps might inhabitat those fields. If the humidity and temps are right then they would most likely be there. 100 miles off shore tho hurts the humidity quiet a bit so you will need a good amount of rainfall, but they should be there. Now finding a liberty cap in a cowfield is another story, it takes a bit of a trained eye and some serious hunting technique. By technique i mean how much you mind crawling around in the grass, if you dont mind that then you technique is good and you will find some libs eventually. My liberty cap hunting spirit is a little low as they dont seem to be fruiting very well this year.