What are Those Clumps in Trees?

05 December 2023
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During winter, trees shed their leaves to conserve energy and survive the cold, particularly in colder climates.

The remnants of these leaves, known as dreys, can be seen in both deciduous and Evergreen trees, as the dried needles turn a reddish-brown color.

These dreys are often solitary activities for squirrels, who create these hidden havens between branches.