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Dogwoods, botanically know as Cornus, is comprised of about 40 species. As a group, dogwoods attract a wide range of wildlife for both food and cover. Some examples are sap suckers, wild turkey, woodpeckers, northern cardinal, purple finch, beaver and deer. Dogwoods prefer to be located in a full sun to lightly shaded area. They are quite adaptable to soil types and do well in moist areas. Dogwoods can be grown in groups, mixed with other trees or planted as a specimen. These popular shrubs are used for borders, windbreaks and privacy screens.