Just for the record, hummingbirds do indeed have feet. Hummingbirds do not walk, but they hop to move even very short distances. This will likely surprise you, but hummingbirds actually spend most of their time perching. The hummingbird will use its feet to help it scratch and to perch.
You many be wondering if hummingbirds actually have toes on their feet. This isn’t something that most people would know the answer to unless they have had the opportunity to view a hummingbird at very close range. Yes, indeed they do. In fact, the hummingbird has a total of four toes on each foot ; three of which are located a the front of the foot and one at the back of the foot called the hallux. The hallux can be thought of as being similar to a human thumb. It helps the hummingbird be able to grip onto a tree branch or a wire.