On Save A Robin Chick
April 5, 2016 Leave a comment
Sometimes young healthy baby birds are blown out of their nests by weather before. they have learn how to fly.
Typical of most bird species, the parents will continue to feed the youngster until it can be coached back to the nest —
As long as the parental bird feels safe her/him self.
Stranded on the ground, A young chick is exposed to weather, fatigue, and predators.
He can be safely moved to shelter — a make shift nest – elevated from where the neighbourhood cats play.
- Simply Spot a bush or a shrub nearby where the grounded youngster is located.
- Shredded newspapers is surprisingly good insulation for a makeshift shelter.
- Garden gloves are preferred when handling a young chick, for its safety as well as its own.
- As long as the baby bird and the parents are healthy, The parents will continue to feed, until the refugeed youngster can coached back to the next.
this rescue had a happy ending. After rest and food he returned to his nest in two days.
I ask for nothing in return for my efforts.