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Sugar, sugary drinks attract bees

M.E. Lewis writes:
I would try putting some sugar water away from the feeders. Maybe a humming bird feeder. I don't know what they are attracted to on a regular feeder.

Are there a lot of them like a swarm of bees? Does some one around you have bees?

If it is a swarm you need a bee person to come get them.

Bees are very attracted to canned drinks but they will go inside the can and drown.

I know that for a fact because they almost shut down a party I was having at my house on a beautiful fall day in Alabama. -M.E. Lewis
Comments re article 42529: Help Bees are keeping birds away



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