1: Hummingbirds sleep in trees, not in hummingbird houses.

2: They find protection in dense foliage to rest at night.

3: They enter a state of torpor, reducing their metabolic rate.

4: Hummingbirds are solitary sleepers, not needing companionship.

5: Providing native plants can offer natural shelter for sleeping.

6: Avoid putting out birdhouses specifically for hummingbirds to sleep.

7: Creating a hummingbird-friendly backyard can attract them.

8: Planting a variety of flowers can provide food and shelter.

9: Respect their natural behaviors and enjoy watching them in your garden.