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Posted by Grange Co-op on 1st Apr 2014

1). If the bird is naked (none or few feathers), look in immediate area for a nest to pop it back in to. Birds have a poor sense of smell so it will not be rejected by its parents. 2). If the baby is feathered and in immediate danger (in a road or near a preadator), move it to a higher branch or other cover as close as possible to where you first found it. Confine cats and dogs. A well-feathered baby is probably a fledgling and ready to l… Read more