I have two types of hummingbird that regularly get into trouble. The rufous tailed and the snowy bellied. And, with plenty of practice, I have developed some strategies.
The rufous tailed are the easiest. This is the chap in the picture, apologies the photo is a bit out of focus. They fall for a bamboo stick with a bright green blanket draped on top. I just stand on a chair with the stick in the air pretending to be a tree. They fall for this every time and hop into the blanket. With a swoosh of the bamboo I can swing them down and out of the door.
The snowy bellied are harder. The stick with the blanket does not work. With these I have to put a feeder down low hanging on the open French windows. Eventually, they are so tired they are lured down to eat.