Date: 7/31/22 8:39 pm
From: June Newman <june...>
Subject: Re: No sighting: Question about purchased humingbird nectar
I looked at a bottle labeled Electronectar recently, out of curiosity, and
its ingredients included sucrose, which is sugar. As to the
electrolytes,I'm unqualified to address that. But that doesn't seem to
deter folks these days, so I'll venture a guess that it's unnecessary.
June Newman , Chicago

On Sun, Jul 31, 2022, 2:01 PM Jo Ann Eldridge <joann621...> wrote:

> I was given a gift of "Kaytee Ready To Use Hummingbird ElectroNectar" with
> the words on the label, "Naturally Clear Hummingbird Nectar with
> Electroytes, Just Like Flowers!"
> Actually the hummingbirds didn't seem to like it, although I do not have
> an abundance of hummingbirds, but the one or two that came regularly didn't
> linger and I threw out a lot of too long in the sun nectar.
> Has anyone used this product? And since it doesn't say sugar on the
> ingredients, is it an efficient food for the hummingbirds to "fatten-up" on
> before migration? I would welcome comments. Thank you.
> Jo Ann Eldridge, Clay Co.
> <joann621...>
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