Deer eating wild cherries
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These little black round things on the ground that the deer is eating are the size of medium-sized blueberries and colored a dark reddish black. (the blacker they are the better tasting they are) The cherry blossoms I've posted recently are all from this kind of tree. It's possible to eat them, but they are a bit sour and much too small to try to pit. As children we often grabbed a few of the darkest (most ripe) ones, bit just hard enough to break the skin, and sucked on the juices before spitting out the seeds. A refreshing and very tart mouthful, but not something to eat in polite company.