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Edible delights found in the trees

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Edible delights found in the trees

by Dave Coles

As well as wild plants and herbs which provide flower heads and green leaves, and hedgerow shrubs which provide berries and nuts, and of course the willow tree which are all greatly enjoyed by our parrots, many different indigenous trees can also provide healthy and enriching foods too.  Here Dave sets out what can safely be collected for our parrots, and from which trees.

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