1: Create a welcoming environment for hummingbirds by placing your feeder in a shaded area.

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2: Make sure to keep your feeder clean and filled with fresh nectar to attract hummingbirds.

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3: Plant colorful flowers like salvia, petunias, and fuchsia to attract hummingbirds to your yard.

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4: Consider adding a mister or fountain nearby to provide hummingbirds with a source of water.

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5: Avoid using pesticides in your yard, as they can be harmful to hummingbirds.

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6: Hang multiple feeders at different heights to accommodate different species of hummingbirds.

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7: Use a red-colored feeder to attract hummingbirds, as they are attracted to the color red.

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8: Place your feeder near natural perches like trees or shrubs to give hummingbirds a place to rest.

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9: Be patient and persistent – it may take some time for hummingbirds to discover your feeder.

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