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Elderberry

Elderberry tree
This large bushy tree is an elderberry tree (Sambucus Mexicans) growing somewhat out of its usual mountainous habitat. A great many of these trees are found in the canyons and foothills to the south. The berries are eaten by birds and small animals or made into a jelly by humans. Early Europeans believed that the witches lived in the elder trees -- I think they had to live somewhere.

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