Bees EATING Fruit
Apparently, thee are two types of people on this forum, those that believe bees eat fruit, and those that refuse to. I formerly thought claims of honey bees dining on peaches and plums to be grossly exaggerated. Now, it has happened to me. In my backyard, my flourishing peach tree is COVERED in hundreds of bees enjoying my fruit (yes, I know this is hard to believe, but I will post pictures if necessary). Even stranger? It is the middle of the summer here in San Jose. The only other accounts of bees on fruit occurred deep in the winter months of the fruit tree season. Can someone please explain what is going on and why? I do not wish to disturb or disperse them, just learn about why they are doing what they're doing. Thanks everyone in advance.