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GOOD to clean them every 2-3 days in the Summer Time (depending on temps)
See Lanny Chambers website . www.hummingbirds.net   under the feeder
section.
Also has info on how to keep bees and ants away.

Out of the oatmeal in my head......think the disc-shaped feeder from Perky
Pet is the Humm-Zinger.......... maybe?
Lanny has lots of info on his website about types of feeders too.

Also, if you attract a good hummer (i.e. the Magnificent Hummer in KS) you
don't want documentation pictures of the hummer AND your moldy feeder
"outed" on the internet. HAHA


Outta' here,
Charlene Malone
St. Louis co.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Susan Eaton" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, July 19, 2004 7:46 AM
Subject: Hummers


> What's the date.....July 19?  My hummers are ahead of schedule this year!
> Apparently, my house is on the late summer route; I usually don't see them
> repeatedly until the last week of July or first week of August.  but there
> was an adult male at the feeder this morning.  Luckily, I had just cleaned
> and filled the feeders yesterday; otherwise, I may have seen a drunk
hummer
> zigzagging away from a feeder full of fermented juice....
>
> Susan Eaton
> Kirkwood, St. Louis CO., MO
> [log in to unmask]
>

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