Most microbes in hummingbird feeders do not pose health hazard

A new study is just one of the first to address the capacity for sugar water from hummingbird feeders to work as a vector for avian — or even zoonotic — pathogens. It discovered that the majority of microbes growing in feeders don’t pose a significant health hazard to birds or humans.

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