1: 1. Choose the right location for your feeder 2. Keep the feeder clean to avoid mold growth

2: 3. Fill the feeder with fresh nectar regularly 4. Place multiple feeders to prevent overcrowding

3: 5. Monitor feeder to ensure it stays full 6. Provide perches near the feeder for resting spots

4: 7. Hang feeders out of direct sunlight 8. Use a mixture of 4 parts water to 1 part sugar for nectar

5: 9. Avoid using red food coloring in nectar 10. Make sure the feeder is out of reach of predators

6: 11. Plant native flowers to attract more hummingbirds 12. Install a mister near the feeder for bathing opportunities

7: 13. Keep the feeder at least 10 feet away from windows 14. Use an ant moat to prevent insects from reaching the nectar

8: 15. Offer a variety of nectar-producing flowers 16. Add a rain guard to protect nectar from dilution

9: 17. Enjoy watching the beautiful hummingbirds visit your feeder 18. Share your experience with others to spread joy and knowledge about these incredible creatures.