1: "Plant hummingbird-friendly flowers like bee balm and salvia to create a welcoming environment in your yard."

2: "Hang multiple hummingbird feeders around your yard to provide easy access to nectar for these beautiful birds."

3: "Add a water feature like a fountain or birdbath to attract hummingbirds looking for a place to drink and bathe."

4: "Create perches for hummingbirds to rest and survey their surroundings, such as small branches or decorative sticks."

5: "Use red-colored décor, like feeders or ribbons, to catch the attention of hummingbirds, as they are attracted to this color."

6: "Avoid using pesticides in your yard, as they can harm hummingbirds and the insects they feed on."

7: "Keep your feeders clean and filled with fresh nectar to ensure hummingbirds keep coming back to your yard."

8: "Plant native plants that provide natural food sources for hummingbirds, such as trumpet vine and cardinal flower."

9: "Create a peaceful and quiet environment in your yard to make hummingbirds feel safe and comfortable while visiting."