How Do Bees Eat?

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Bees eat nectar and pollen, but may also be attracted to other sweet foods like a piece of dropped candy or spilled soda. The young are fed lots of pollen because they need to protein to grow. You can find more information here: http://pelotes.jea.com/honeybee.htm
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1. Purchase bee pollen capsules and take the recommended dosage. Bee pollen can be found in many health food and specialty stores. 2. Sprinkle bee pollen over soup, salads, ice cream
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Birds. You can buy special tanks that attract and kill the bees if you have a problem with them.
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Bees eat nectar (sugary water) and pollen (yellow protein powder) which are made by flowers.
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If you're being bothered by "flying black and yellow insects" as you eat outside, it's almost certainly not a bee. Bees are only attracted to flowers and their pollen &
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