The remnants of frozen highbush cranberries show the work of seed-extracting pine grosbeaks. (Courtesy Photo | Kathy Hocker)

The remnants of frozen highbush cranberries show the work of seed-extracting pine grosbeaks. (Courtesy Photo | Kathy Hocker)

Seeing Red: Highbush cranberries in the snow

Post-holing pays off as naturalists find berries, birds and squirrels

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