It’s possible that your tree has a fungal infection or some kind of insect infestation. Check for signs of either one of those problems, and see the link below for more specifics.
Tree sap flows more freely in Spring and Summer, but it may flow even more if the tree has sustained an injury, like a cut, etc. Otherwise, it can be a common condition known as gummosis, when excessive sap drips from the tree. Gummosis usually means the tree won’t make it, and often times occurs because of winter injury, when the tree gets too cold and the tissues become damaged and susceptible to fungal infection. For more info, see link below.
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