I was walking past the hummingbird feeder just now, and look who decided it was an easy shortcut to the tedious job of collecting nectar? I wonder if the queen knows this little forager is cheating?
You are a helicopter-bee-master!
Well, they have their place and the hummingbirds have theirs. It’s not nice to get greedy!
We find dead bees in our hummingbird feeder at the lake. Perhaps not thier best choice…
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