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    Hi. I know giving Evie twigs and leaves from outdoors would be a good part of her diet, but all the lists I’ve seen do not specify certain species we have here in Florida. Lists that I have seen show maple (specifically silver and sugar). We don’t have sugar and silver maples in Florida, we have red maples. Are they safe to feed her? Also, one of the most prevalent species here is Elderberries. While the berries are tart, birds like them, but I’m more interested in the leaves and twigs. Does anyone know if these are safe for my bun? I’ve also seen citrus twigs and leaves on both safe and unsafe lists? Which is it? Any help would be appreciated. Evie loves her produce, but I’d like to add some wild foods to it. Thanks!


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