I saw 7 Roe deer today in woodland only a few minutes from the centre of Todmorden. Ivy is the main preferred food source in winter and this photo shows a stone stoop, which only a few weeks ago was covered in bushy Ivy right to the ground.
You can now see it is eaten away to a definite browse line. Roe seem to be very lazy browsers and don’t make much effort above nose level.
Nearby was a good number of Scarlet Elf Cup, Sarcoscypha austriaca. In fact I haven’t seen as many in one place before (there were many others nearby) and all are on decaying Sycamore branches.