Mountain Ash trees have "set the tables" with bunches of orange berries for birds in the Bitterroot Valley.

This week, Bohemian Waxwings have been flocking to Hamilton-area trees and gorging themselves.

The Mountain Ash berries ripen in the fall and stay on the tree all winter, unless consumed by various bird species - including the waxwings.

So, if one day you notice all the berries have disappeared on the Mountain Ash tree in your yard - blame the birds.

Bohemian Waxwings at dinner. (Mike Daniels, Townsquare Media)