1: 1. Plant a variety of colorful, nectar-rich flowers. 2. Install a hummingbird feeder with fresh sugar water. 3. Provide perches for resting and viewing.

2: 4. Avoid pesticides in your garden to keep hummingbirds safe. 5. Keep feeders clean and refill them regularly. 6. Create a hummingbird-friendly environment with water features.

3: 7. Hang red-colored decorations to attract hummingbirds. 8. Plant shrubs and trees for nesting and shelter. 9. Add a mister or fountain for bathing opportunities.

4: 10. Place feeders at different heights for accessibility. 11. Choose native plants to attract local hummingbird species. 12. Provide a steady food source year-round with winter-friendly flowers.

5: 13. Use a mix of tube and basin feeders to accommodate different species. 14. Keep cats indoors to protect hummingbirds from predators. 15. Encourage natural predators like praying mantises to control insect pests.

6: 16. Utilize hummingbird feeders with bee guards to deter unwanted visitors. 17. Hang feeders near windows for up-close viewing opportunities. 18. Install wind chimes or other auditory cues to attract hummingbirds.

7: 19. Create a quiet, peaceful garden space for hummingbirds to feel safe. 20. Experiment with different nectar recipes to find out what hummingbirds prefer. 21. Utilize motion-activated sprinklers to deter unwanted visitors from feeders.

8: 22. Incorporate vertical elements in your garden for perching and nesting. 23. Plant overlapping flowers to provide a continuous nectar supply. 24. Create a dedicated hummingbird garden with all the essentials.

9: 25. Consider adding a birdbath with shallow water for bathing. 26. Implement LED lights for nighttime visibility and attraction. 27. Add hanging baskets with trailing flowers for a decorative touch.