I am fortunate to have some fruiting mulberry trees that bear particularly 
delicious fruit.  Indigo buntings are among the birds that savor the berries, 
and as I stand under the tree eating berries, I see buntings only 10 to 15 feet 
from me.  What a treat!


Also, towhees have been particularly common this year (or maybe I'm just 
spending more time looking for them).


Linda VB

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