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Old Tuesday 10th October 2017, 00:38   #6
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Originally Posted by SoCalHummerLady View Post
. . .they are smart little things and they know a feeder when they see it, no matter what shape, size or color it is or what color the nectar is. . ..
Indeed they do, and in any case natural nectar is colorless; itís the flowers that are red.
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