I folded down the edges of a small box, put two hand towels folded in half to fill the bottom and make it cozy. I also put some crumbled ritz crackers and a small bottle cap with water in there. But it is huddle against the corner because I think it's either very hurt or afraid, maybe both. But for now he is safe in my sewing room, where it is warm but not too warm, and has sun light.
So what else can I do for him?
He is in the lower left side of the photos.
Answer by alphamom26 at 12:35 PM on May. 10, 2011
Locate a wildlife rehabilitation service by calling the Fish and Wildlife service in your state. You can find the links to your home state at the Hunts.net site. There you can call the wildlife and game commission in your area and find out where to take the bird. Some areas have regular volunteers that are commissioned to take care of wildlife. Usually these are regular families and homes who are volunteering time to help. These volunteers are trained to take care of wildlife and will know what to do to rehabilitate and feed your rescued bird.
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