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Here are five trees that help make life a bit better for our feathered and furry friends during these harsh winter months, Larned Tree Service can help give you ideas. 

Snowdrift Crabapple (Malus ‘Snowdrift’) – These beautiful trees will stun you with their Spring display, then stun you again with their fall color, then top it off by bringing an incredible variety of birds, including bluebirds and thrushes, to your yard throughout the winter.

Canadian Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) – This hemlock provides a cozy home for winter wildlife.  Some of the many species that will show up to enjoy this tree with you are juncos and chickadees, as well as other small mammals.  

Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) – Hackberry fruit can be counted on to be popular with winter birds, especially the cedar waxwing, mockingbird and robin.  In other seasons the tree also attracts butterfly species including American snout, comma, hack-berry, mourning cloak and tawny emperor.

Persimmon (Diospyros virginiana) – Foxes and raccoons are among the many small mammals that enjoy finding Persimmon fruit in the winter.  Persimmon fruit doubles as a tasty treat for you and your family. 

BrittonStaghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina)– Not to be confused with Poison Sumac, this nontoxic shrub or small tree draws a number of different songbirds, including chickadees, throughout the winter.  

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