1: 1. Plant colorful flowers like bee balm and salvia to attract hummingbirds to your yard.

2: 2. Hang a hummingbird feeder filled with sugar water to provide a quick energy boost for the tiny birds.

3: 3. Place perches near the feeder for hummingbirds to rest and observe their surroundings.

4: 4. Create a water feature like a fountain or birdbath for hummingbirds to bathe and drink from.

5: 5. Avoid using pesticides in your yard, as they can harm hummingbirds and their food sources.

6: 6. Prune trees and shrubs to create open spaces for hummingbirds to fly and feed.

7: 7. Use red accents in your yard, such as red feeders or flowers, to attract hummingbirds.

8: 8. Provide a variety of flowers that bloom at different times to ensure a constant food source for hummingbirds.

9: 9. Maintain a clean and organized yard to create a welcoming environment for hummingbirds to visit.