1: 1. Choose a shady location to prevent nectar spoilage. 2. Hang feeder at least 5 feet off the ground. 3. Clean feeder regularly to prevent mold build-up.

2: 1. Plant brightly colored flowers nearby to attract hummingbirds. 2. Avoid using pesticides in your yard. 3. Use a ratio of 1 part sugar to 4 parts water for nectar.

3: 1. Keep the feeder in a location with good visibility. 2. Use a feeder with multiple feeding ports. 3. Replace nectar every 3-5 days, or more frequently in hot weather.

4: 1. Install a ant moat to keep bugs out of the feeder. 2. Keep bees away by choosing feeders with bee guards. 3. Use organic, dye-free nectar to attract more hummingbirds.

5: 1. Add a water mister to provide hummingbirds with a water source. 2. Place the feeder near cover for quick escapes from predators. 3. Avoid placing the feeder near bird feeders that attract larger birds.

6: 1. Hang multiple feeders in different locations to attract more hummingbirds. 2. Consider using a window feeder for up-close viewing. 3. Use a dripless feeder to prevent spills and leaks.

7: 1. Choose a feeder with perches for hummingbirds to rest while feeding. 2. Avoid using sticky solutions to deter ants from the feeder. 3. Rotate feeder locations to prevent overcrowding and territorial disputes.

8: 1. Keep cats indoors to protect hummingbirds from predators. 2. Do not use red dye in nectar as it can be harmful to hummingbirds. 3. Install a rain guard to prevent dilution of nectar during rainfall.

9: 1. Monitor hummingbird activity and adjust feeder placement as needed. 2. Consider planting shrubs and trees for nesting and cover. 3. Enjoy the beauty and benefits of attracting hummingbirds to your yard!