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Old August 21st, 2011, 10:04 PM
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Originally Posted by hazelrunpack View Post
Could you get by with just one feeder hanging up? If so, just pull one of the bee guards off the spare feeder and use it to cover the naked port on your main feeder
They hop between feeders so I don't know which one would be the main or the spare?

Originally Posted by renegaderuby View Post
LOL, cracking up at you. (I dont care if I feed them, I just dont want em in the jar) LOL.
Brought the feeders in to clean along with 11 live hornets! , I love to see and feed hummingbirds but I have this phobia about anything that stings. Quickly grabbed the sink sprayer to rid of the hornets.

Gotta clean up my spraying water mess then off to test out the cheesecloth and screen.

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