Holly Berry Time!

Top Photo: Cedar waxwing surveys the area for berries. Keep your eyes open for cedar waxwings and American robins raiding the holly trees and bushes around campus. Each year the two species flock in and often pick clean the American and yaupon hollies of their fruit. Even the eastern red cedars take a hit. The fun usually starts in February. It’s February now! American robins can be seen locally in every month of the year. Waxwings are nomadic and mayRead more