Attract hummingbirds to your yard and watch their amazing aerial displays. These little birds fly up, down, left, right, even backwards! And, they eat their weight in nectar. Attract hummingbirds by offering nectar in bird feeders. Because they can be territorial, hang several feeders – and place them away from cats. Change the nectar every day or two and keep the feeders clean. You'll also attract hummingbirds by planting tubular flowers in your yard. Select several varieties so your yard will have a continuous bloom and nectar supply. With feeders and plants, you'll attract hummingbirds all summer long!