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The eastern red cedar is actually a juniper, and not a true cedar. Squirrels and birds use its stringy bark as nest material. Its evergreen foliage is a favorite food of white-tailed deer, and provides year-round cover for many wildlife species. Its berrylike fruits are also an important food source for many songbirds.
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