Well, the squirrels have given up on breaking into the bagged peaches and apples since the fruit inside was the same as uncovered neighboring branches, just harder to get to.
However night before last something agreed with me that the cherries were just about ripe and a whole tree-full seemed to have been harvested within a day. I got one bowl of cherries but birds and squirrels got almost all the remainder. They are/were very sweet this year.
The plum and apricot trees are traditionally the next victims. Deer are nightly pruning all of them as high as they can reach. Ground squirrels do their imitation of tree squirrels and harvest the upper branches.
Real damage occurs when bears occasionally come by for the peaches. Branches heavy with fruit droop down within reach which the bears grab and break off 10 feet or more at a time. They have turned 20 foot heathy trees into damaged denuded stumps as short as 7 feet.
Oh well, only fair that nature's bounty gets harvested by nature now and then.