These berries are still giving a lovely show, not eaten yet by the birds either, I’m not sure what it is, it looks like a Cherry but not sure, and wrong time of the year.
Holly berries, very plentiful this year, and Rosehips are also giving the birds lots of foods.
Snow berries, and Woodbine berries, there is so much in the hedgerows right now.
Hawthorn berries, and Cotoneaster, the birds, here the Blackbird, are having a nice time with them. This Blackbird comes to feed every single day, a joy to behold.
Then these are the berries of the Guelder Rose, these are native to the woodlands and hedgerows here in Ireland (Thank you Murtagh), some type of bird will eat these too and enjoy them. The black berries I still have not identified but they may be some type of the Prune family. It is still very mild for the time of year, that and the large crop of berries will sustain an already quite “fat” bird population around here (I have never seen the Sparrows quite so large as this winter).