Did you mean to say June Bearers
? There is a shrub/tree commonly called Juneberries (Amalanchier spp.) with blueberry-like berries that ripen in June. I have a low-growing shrub variety called 'Regent' that had maybe 5 berries this year. I had to make a hardwarecloth cage for it to protect from robins and catbirds.
That same cage is now protecting one of my early low-bush blueberries. I noticed this morning that the catbirds still managed to scratch a couple of the berries trying to get at them.
Anyway, June Bearer type strawberries only flower and bear fruit in late spring/early summer. There are other types of strawberries -- Everbearers and Day Neutrals -- that will flower and bear fruit in small amounts through the summer and/or will have another flush of flowers and fruits later on.