1: Create a hummingbird-friendly garden by planting bright flowers like fuchsia and salvia.

2: Hang a hummingbird feeder filled with a nectar solution of four parts water to one part sugar.

3: Provide perches and sheltered spots for hummingbirds to rest and feel safe.

4: Avoid using pesticides in your yard to protect hummingbirds and their food sources.

5: Keep your feeders clean and fresh to attract hummingbirds back to your yard.

6: Install a mister or fountain to provide hummingbirds with fresh water for bathing and drinking.

7: Place feeders and flowers in sunny spots to attract more hummingbirds.

8: Use a mix of native and exotic plants to provide a variety of nectar sources for hummingbirds.

9: Enjoy watching these beautiful birds visit your yard by creating a welcoming environment for them.