1: Find a spot with morning sun and afternoon shade.

2: Keep feeder away from windows to prevent bird collisions.

3: Hang feeder in a clear, open area for easy access.

4: Avoid placing near noisy or high-traffic areas.

5: Check for nearby perches for hummingbirds to rest.

6: Keep feeder at least 10 feet away from other bird feeders.

7: Monitor for pests like ants and bees.

8: Clean and refill feeder regularly to maintain quality nectar.

9: Experiment with different placements to attract more hummingbirds.