One of them is inkberry (Ilex glabra), another deciduous native holly.
The majority of native American hollies, however, are not evergreen.
(The deciduous native holly, Ilex glabra, is said to be deerproof.)
So, if you have room, plant native viburnums, like maple-leaf viburnum, native hollies, winterberry and chokecherry for those birds.
One native holly that has been heralded highly as a landscape plant is winterberry (I. verticillata).
The native American holly (Ilex opaca) grows wild throughout southern New England.
Several selections of the native American holly (I. opaca) have yellow berries.
For dramatic winter beauty, nothing could be better than the deciduous native holly, winterberry.
This is especially true of a native hardy holly, Ilex verticillata, the winterberry.
The somewhat duller green native American holly (I. opaca) also has bright berries and individual plants can grow to tree size.