Thank you sirInteresting. From the look of them I thought they might be Laetiporus cincinnatus, which are white on the underside. But if they are yellow on the bottom they could be L. sulfureus. Both are species of chickens and both are edible. Check back there toward Fall, there might be another flush. If you find more, use your fingers. Feel toward the outer edge, they should feel soft, they should have some "give" to them.
But yes, the color is too washed out on that one. I spotted one of my best chicken logs from 150 yards away! I got up on a high spot overlooking a creek bottom, and there they were! Here's a pic and you will see the color.
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