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Happenings in the insect world
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by Peggy
on May 2, 2019 at 6:13 AM
Kathy, your blog is a go-to for me when I am in need of information for a Master Gardener talk. You keep us informed about what others are discovering, as well as what is going on in your own yard--and ours!  
A huge thank you!  
Now I have to go out and put some rotten bananas in the garden. Who knew?  
Peggy
by Art
on February 10, 2020 at 7:43 AM
Last year, I had an onslaught of flies all over my feeders, keeping the hummers away.  
Any way to keep houseflies away?
by Jackie Sylvia
on April 27, 2020 at 2:16 PM
Hi Kathy, I loved my hummingbirds, I've made what I call hummingbird stations, where it looks like a birdhouse but it has a platform for the hummers hopefully to nest on. It's surrounded by natural wood with moss that the hummers use to make their nests. Do you think they'll use it? I would love to send a pic but i can't on here, please email me and i will send you a pic to see what you think.
by PVR Reddy
on April 30, 2020 at 2:41 AM
Hi Kathy..I enjoy your 'Bee-utiful' blogs...and almost don't miss...i am enriched with info on bumble bees...which are exotic to us..wish to know by any chance do you come across Indian honey bee (Apis cerana) on your campus..if so, try to capture a pic..its my pet bee ( I'm working on it in India).
by Mary Lou Rushing
on August 22, 2020 at 7:35 PM
So good to hear about the study and critters that live in them.
by mike
on October 12, 2020 at 8:42 PM
Thank you for the tip about bananas. I will do that tonight because there are Annas flying around my front door apparently looking for insects. They are flying above my front door for over an hour without stopping. There is a feeder close by. This is the 2nd time I have observed this. That time the bird flew in that same area for approximately 3 hours. Is this normal behavior?
 
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