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Wildlife Berry Bushes

Blueberries are available for wildlife, animal and bird food for many months during the summer and fall, and wild blackberry plants growing on vines, bushes and trees, offer inexpensive wildlife food for animal and gamebird hunters. Birds such as quail, dove and ducks can enjoy the cover and natural protection offered by the thorny blackberry bushes and from dewberry vines that climb and wind along fences at the forest edge.

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USDA Zones 5-11

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USDA Zones 5-9

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USDA Zones 3-10

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USDA Zones 7-9

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USDA Zones 5-10

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USDA Zones 6-10

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USDA Zones 3-10

  • Wildlife Blueberry Plots
    Some cultivars of blueberry plants such as Tifblue can produce as many as 10 gallons of food in a very short period, enough for human and wildlife needs.
  • Wildlife Blackberry Plant
    Blackberry thickets along fence rows also offer a good nesting atmosphere for laying eggs and raising young birds. Berries can be a source of food from May though August.
  • Strawberry Bush - WALB
    Very few people are familiar with The Strawberry bushes, since they are found growing deep within the forests where occasional hunters go, but many hunters are not in the woods in September when the strawberry bushes, covered with fruit looking just like strawberries quickly vanish. The deer sense that strawberry bushes are ready to eat to the ground, and they disappear but return next spring, and deer eat them to the ground.