1: Find a location that is secure from predators but easily accessible for refilling the hummingbird feeder.

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2: Choose a spot that gets some shade to prevent the nectar from spoiling too quickly in the sun.

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3: Avoid placing the feeder near noisy areas like air conditioning units or busy walkways.

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4: Hang the feeder at least 5 feet off the ground to keep it out of reach of cats and other predators.

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5: Consider placing the feeder near natural food sources like flowers or trees that attract hummingbirds.

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6: Keep the feeder away from windows to prevent birds from flying into them and getting injured.

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7: Regularly clean and refill the feeder to keep the nectar fresh and free of mold and bacteria.

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8: Monitor the feeder regularly to ensure that it is being visited by hummingbirds and adjust the location if needed.

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9: Enjoy watching the hummingbirds visit your feeder and take pleasure in knowing you have provided them with a safe and inviting environment.

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