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27 minutes ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

Berries are too small, they would be bigger and red when ripe on a dogwood. Never actually seen birds eating dogwood fruit here, actually.

I've seen cardinals and mocks eat them.

Leaves on this plant are wrong for dogwood.

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12 minutes ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

Berries are too small, they would be bigger and red when ripe on a dogwood. Never actually seen birds eating dogwood fruit here, actually.

At the risk of getting off topic, I'm going to kick myself (again) for not being specific.  I just did an internet search tour of dogwoods, and realize how many types there are.  I was referring to what I think is a grey dogwood shrub. which appears to have white berries.  I actually have a few of these on a corner of my yard, and have occasionally seen birds eating those fruits.

 

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16 hours ago, JP48 said:

At the risk of getting off topic, I'm going to kick myself (again) for not being specific.  I just did an internet search tour of dogwoods, and realize how many types there are.  I was referring to what I think is a grey dogwood shrub. which appears to have white berries.  I actually have a few of these on a corner of my yard, and have occasionally seen birds eating those fruits.

 

Ah, yes, I forgot about the different types of dogwoods again. I guess that's why I'm on a bird identification, instead of plant identification, forum. What I have in my yard is flowering dogwood.

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