Hungry Hungry Honeybees

Hungry Hungry Honeybees

I have another video for you to watch while I am away. This first one is of the bee hives and their feeding station.

You might have noticed that their feeding station was empty. I am guessing that’s why THIS happened:

I haven’t seen any hummingbirds since I found this. I had no idea they would do this. Did you?





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  1. Lisa Hollowell says:

    (It looks like you have the same video loaded twice.) If you’re referring to bees on a hummingbird feeder – YES! – that often happens in the fall to us. If you Google it you will see it is not uncommon! πŸ™‚

  2. Kathi says:

    Yes, they will empty my hummingbird feeders in no time. There is nothing for bees to eat right now. My feeders are even “bee proof” – not. But I don’t begrudge the bees. Even though the hummingbirds have all left town by now, I’m still keeping the feeders full for the bees.

    • gwingal says:

      I am just glad the fat little bees can’t fit into the holes and drown like the yellow jackets do! I don’t really mind either, but I do miss my hummingbirds. They should still be here. Where are you located Kathi? πŸ™‚

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