1: Create a colorful garden with a variety of flowers to attract hummingbirds to your yard.

2: Hang hummingbird feeders filled with nectar in different locations around your garden.

3: Provide fresh, clean water for hummingbirds to drink and bathe in your garden.

4: Plant native shrubs and trees that provide shelter and nesting sites for hummingbirds.

5: Avoid using pesticides in your garden to create a safe environment for hummingbirds.

6: Add a mister or fountain to create a water feature that attracts hummingbirds.

7: Use red-colored plants and decor to catch the attention of hummingbirds.

8: Place perches and feeders at varying heights to accommodate different hummingbird species.

9: Maintain a consistent feeding and watering schedule to keep hummingbirds coming back to your garden.