Can I use super glue on my hummingbird bee guards?
I am Having a serious problem with bee's I already know the solutions but, I just bought a nice Jar feeder and it has a plate but it has no where I can attach bee guards. I could glue them over the feeder holes ans it would be just fine for my hummers but I don't want to use glue that will harm them. I have other feeders that I have replaced parts and switched things around to make them "Bee proof" and the bee's can't get to the nectar but there a a few that persist on swarming and trying to get into them which causes my hummers to not want to eat out of the feeders until late late , I have a window cling that the bee's haven't found but I want the hummers to be able to eat when and where they want.and I'd like to hang this nice red non bee attractive feeder but have the bee guards just in case the little "Buzz"ards find it in a different place. They are Honey bee's and of course I can't harm them . I had maybe a dozen last year and they only stayed a couple of days. This year there were at least 500 and they literally covered every feeder I had in the back yard. I changed cleaned, checked and modified each and every one of them . I want to hang my new feeder in the front away them close to my window cling. Sooooo I have totally gone off track but, I feel like y'all understand what I'm doing and respects the fact that I love my hummers and I'm not obsessed.