1: "Consider sunlight and shade when choosing the best spot for your hummingbird feeder."

2: "Hang feeders near flowers or natural food sources to attract more hummingbirds."

3: "Avoid placing feeders near windows or reflective surfaces to prevent bird collisions.

4: "Keep feeders at least 10-15 feet away from bird feeders to reduce competition."

5: "Choose a spot that is easily accessible for cleaning and refilling your feeder."

6: "Use a sturdy hook or pole to hang your feeder securely from a tree branch or post."

7: "Rotate feeder locations occasionally to prevent buildup of mold and bacteria."

8: "Monitor the activity around your feeder to ensure it is in a safe and comfortable location for hummingbirds."

9: "Experiment with different locations to find the ideal spot for attracting hummingbirds to your feeder."

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