1: Location is key in attracting hummingbirds. Find a spot with easy access for birds and you to observe.

2: Choose a spot with some shade to keep nectar from spoiling too quickly in the hot sun.

3: Avoid placing the feeder near windows to prevent bird collisions. Opt for a quiet, safe spot.

4: Hang the feeder in an open area with good visibility for the hummingbirds to find it easily.

5: Keep the feeder away from bird feeders and other sources of food to reduce competition.

6: Regularly clean and refill the feeder to keep the nectar fresh and appealing to hummingbirds.

7: Consider planting nectar-rich flowers nearby to attract more hummingbirds to your feeder.

8: Experiment with different locations to see where the hummingbirds prefer to feed in your yard.

9: Enjoy the beauty of hummingbirds visiting your feeder by finding the perfect spot for them to thrive.