They’re forest beacons, glowing come-hithers to migrant birds. These gene catapults, each carrying a plant’s hope for another generation, are ripening this week in Sewanee and across the eastern US. Not coincidentally, thrushes and other south-bound birds are also on the move (see BirdCast for the feathered forecast near you).
Some fruits from the woods near Sewanee:
Thanks for putting your hand behind the berries. Those are all new to me and it helps to get a size comparison.
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