Big Bundle of Leaves You See in Trees in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine Are Not Birds’ Nests
It's in the autumn and winter after the leaves have fallen that you may have noticed those large, round piles of leaves up in the trees. Usually, they're at least 20 feet up and one to two feet wide. Sometimes, several are scattered in the same tree, while only one is seen taking up several big branches in another tree. But they're everywhere.
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