1: Avoid placing feeders near windows to prevent bird collisions.

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2: Use fresh nectar and clean feeders regularly to prevent mold growth.

3: Place feeders in shaded areas to avoid overheating nectar.

4: Keep feeders away from predators like cats to protect birds.

5: Position feeders away from busy areas to reduce bird stress.

6: Use multiple feeders to prevent overcrowding and competition.

7: Hang feeders at proper heights to deter squirrels and other pests.

8: Avoid using pesticides near feeders to protect birds' health.

9: Provide perches near feeders for birds to rest and observe.

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