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Fragile trees, shrubs need help getting through winter

A tree guard protects a young Magnolia tree from bark-eating animals like the Eastern Cottontail rabbit grazing nearby in Langley, Wash. Most tree and shrub damage in winter is not from cold but rather from foraging wildlife. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

A tree guard protects a young Magnolia tree from bark-eating animals like the Eastern Cottontail rabbit grazing nearby in Langley, Wash. Most tree and shrub damage in winter is not from cold but rather from foraging wildlife. (Dean Fosdick via AP)

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