This pic shows broken tops in the red mulberry bushes I planted a couple of years ago. This is the first year they've made berries and something is breaking the top branches. You'll notice the broken branches that are within the browse level of the deer have practically every berry and leaf eaten off. After thinking it over I think the coons are climbing to get the berries, breaking the branches which then fall over allowing the deer to clean off the the leaves and remaining berries. Has anyone else had this happen and can vouch for this explanation? I've got plenty of pics of the deer eating the mulberries at other bushes but I didn't have a camera on these. I've corrected that now and may have photo proof of what is going on next time I go back to the camp. But it's just as likely they'll move over to a different bush the camera is not watching. I'll post pics if I get proof. Let me know your thoughts.