1: Attract hummingbirds with a shallow bird bath. Make sure it's only 1-2 inches deep to keep them safe.

2: Place bird baths in shaded areas to keep water cooler and more inviting for hummingbirds.

3: Add rocks or branches to the bird bath for perching spots for hummingbirds to rest.

4: Clean bird baths regularly to keep water fresh and prevent the spread of disease.

5: Change water every 2-3 days to ensure hummingbirds have access to clean water.

6: Avoid using chemicals or soaps to clean bird baths, as they can be harmful to hummingbirds.

7: Install a mister or dripper in the bird bath to create movement, attracting hummingbirds.

8: Add a splash of color by placing floating flowers or petals in the bird bath for hummingbirds to see.

9: Position bird baths near flowers and feeders to create a hummingbird-friendly oasis in your yard.