How Do You Care For Baby Wild Birds?
Finding a baby bird outside can be a stressful experience. You have to decide whether or not the bird is truly in danger, and if you’re capable of helping it. If you do decide to take care of the bird, you should know that it is by no means guaranteed that the bird will be able to pull through. However, educating yourself on the methods of caring for wild birds could very well save the life of the little bird you’ve found. Determine if the bird is truly in any danger. If the bird is old enough to fly even a short distance, you should leave him alone. He is probably just a fledgling who went a little off course and will still be cared for by his mother. Also determine whether the mother is anywhere nearby. The mother will still care for a bird that’s fallen out of the nest. If the bird is not a fledgling, look for the nest. It is untrue that parent birds will not care for any baby that has been touched by humans. Replacing a nestling in its nest is the best thing you can do for a baby b