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Re: Hummingbird Help needed

  • Subject: Re: Hummingbird Help needed
  • From: Giboshiman@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 28 Apr 2002 18:06:18 EDT

The purpose of the heat is that is the only way to achieve the "super-saturated" level of sugar in the water.  (It doe also get rid of bacteria that could be harmful to hummingbirds, but in our society areas this is not a big deal.  Once all the sugar is "dissolved", this is long enough!

Kevin P. Walek

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