M.K. Dorje wrote:The mushrooms in the photo look a lot like the white chanterelle (Cantharellus subalbidus)- a close relative to the Pacific golden chanterelle that is a dull white color. White chanterelles are mycorrhizal with madrone, manzanita, Douglas-fir, tanoak, chinquapin, evergreen huckleberry and maybe oak. If you have older trees of any of these species nearby, the mushrooms might be growing on the root system of one of these trees. But normally, white chanterelles don't grow in disturbed or cultivated soils. They actually prefer older stands of Douglas-fir mixed with all the hardwoods I mentioned earlier, especially under madrone and manzanita.Here's the link: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/cantharellus_subalbidus.html
If you could harvest one of the bigger specimens and take another close-up photo of the gills, it might be possible to be 100% sure. Also, be sure to bruise the specimen and see if it stains a yellow-orange to orange-brown color, one of the key characters of the white chanterelle. (It would be so cool if you had white chanterelles AND morels growing in the same bed!!) Below is another link with good photos and a description.