...but a benefit of service berry is that you can eat them too (IF you can beat the birds to them); they are delicious! John Montpelier >Mona, > >Yes, an advantage of Hawthorn and Mountain Ash is that the fruit tends to be >inedible until later in winter - which can be an important source of >nutrition to >the birds when few other sources are available. > >Dana > >On Mon, 9 Jul 2007 10:41:20 -0400, Kinglet <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > >>I can "ditto" your comments. I planted this species several years ago to >>attract birds and, along with a couple hawthorn trees, they attract many >>different species. >> >>Mona Bearor >>So. Glens Falls, NY >> -- Thermally yours, John ASNT NDT Level III #48166 Snell Companies 800-636-9820 Phone 802-229-9820 Phone 802-223-0460 Fax The Industry Leader for training, certification and support services for thermographers http://www.snellinfrared.com Thermal Solutions 2007 was a great success! If you missed it, Proceedings are available. We are already planning for next year, again in Sarasota, FL January 21-24, 2008. Visit http://www.thermalsolutions.org for details and updated information. NOTICE This transmittal is intended for a particular addressee(s). Any information or opinions contained in the transmittal are intended for the sole use and benefit of the intended recipient, and no others. The transmittal may contain privileged and confidential information, trade secrets, and proprietary information. If it is not clear that you are the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that you have received this transmittal in error; any review, copying or distribution or dissemination is strictly prohibited. If you suspect that you have received this transmittal in error, please notify Snell immediately at 802-229-9820, or by email, reply to the sender and destroy the transmittal and any and all attachments.