1: 1. Consider sunlight exposure for optimal feeder placement. 2. Avoid placing feeders near noisy areas to prevent stress. 3. Provide sufficient space for hummingbirds to easily access the feeder.

2: 4. Hang feeders away from potential predators like cats. 5. Place feeders near natural flowers and plants to attract hummingbirds. 6. Ensure the feeder is easy to clean and refill for maintenance.

3: 7. Choose a location with good visibility for bird watching enjoyment. 8. Avoid placing feeders near windows to prevent collisions. 9. Provide a stable and secure mounting for the feeder to prevent spills.

4: 10. Check for nearby insect populations that may attract hummingbirds. 11. Avoid placing feeders near bird feeders that may cause competition. 12. Consider the height of the feeder to deter unwanted visitors.

5: 13. Monitor feeder placement throughout the year for changing conditions. 14. Provide a diverse range of feeder locations for hummingbird variety. 15. Ensure feeders are placed in areas with minimal wind exposure.

6: 16. Avoid placing feeders near pets or animals that may disturb hummingbirds. 17. Choose locations with natural perches for hummingbirds to rest. 18. Clean areas around the feeder to prevent attracting pests.

7: 19. Consider the aesthetic appeal of the feeder placement in your yard. 20. Provide multiple feeders in different locations to accommodate hummingbird numbers. 21. Check for any regulations regarding feeder placement in your area.

8: 22. Consider the accessibility of the feeder for refilling and maintenance. 23. Place feeders near water sources for hummingbirds to stay hydrated. 24. Avoid placing feeders near noisy areas to prevent stress for birds.

9: 25. Understand the behavior of hummingbirds to determine optimal feeder placement. 26. Choose a location with minimal disturbance to encourage frequent visits. 27. Provide fresh nectar regularly to attract and retain hummingbirds.