We have common milkweed in our flowerbed that is attracting some tiny bees, no
bigger than large ants. We also had two hummingbird feeders nearby. Today, I
discovered hundreds of the tiny bees drowned in the feeders. These feeders have
fairly small holes that would exclude bees the size of honeybees. Other than
moving the feeders away, is there anything that can be done to keep the
smaller bees out?
Seymour, Sevier County
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