The arrow shafts he made of serviceberry wood, straightening them by drawing them through a hole he had bored in a piece of bone.
The stream was wooded with cottonwood, box-elder, and cherry, with currant and serviceberry bushes.
Fortunately, the serviceberry is so tenacious of life that it is next to impossible to browse it to death.
The serviceberry differs in some points from that of the United States.
He'll sit on his haunches before a serviceberry tree, bend the branches with his paws, and eat off the red fruit wholesale.
Hugh wriggled to his side, and, peeping through a serviceberry bush, looked out across the water.
Western serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia) is also called pigeonberry and sarvice.
In his eyes was the vision of nest and mate, where the serviceberry thicket grew by the wide sub-arctic waters.
Thickets of Gambel oak and Utah serviceberry cover many hillsides and form a zone of brush at higher elevations in the park.
A small nest of shredded juniper bark, and a few leaves of serviceberry, were found inside the log.