Found a baby bird on the ground? What to do


This little bird was brought in yesterday. We have been nursing it and it just today went to the RSPCA to continue its care.

Sadly though some birds raised in captivity will die and some will never be able to be released despite our best efforts.

Please, please, please do not pick up baby birds, many will fall from the nest at this time of year and some will continue to be fed by their mother UNLESS they have the scent of another animal or person. If you see a baby bird on the floor, please leave it alone. We all love animals and it can be really hard to watch a baby bird struggling but leaving it alone and letting do its thing gives them and the wider bird population the best chance of surviving.

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