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Find A Baby Bird, Duck? What To Do

SALT LAKE CITY — It’s a beautiful spring day so you decide to go for a nice social distancing walk around your neighborhood. You are strolling along the sidewalk when suddenly you hear loud chirping near your feet. You look over and see a baby bird lying on the ground near a tree trunk.

What should you do?

It is commonplace to seek out a baby bird on the bottom during this point of the year. Many birds are hatching and sometimes leave their nests before they’re ready to fly. Some may also be blown out of nests during spring thunderstorms.

They usually chirp and call from the nest, waiting for their parents to bring food to them, Blair String ham, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources migratory game bird program coordinator, said. Sometimes, that ends up in them falling from their perch.

The most common baby birds that people find are robins (which nest in trees) and swallows (which build their mud nests on the sides of houses).

If you discover a baby bird on the bottom, there are a couple of stuff you should do:

Put it back within the nest if it doesn’t have feathers. If the bird is extremely small and still featherless, place it back in its nest. If you can’t find the nest, but the bird on a branch safely out of reach of dogs and cats. “The baby will squawk, and its parents will find it,” Stringham said. Don’t worry about leaving your scent on the bird. Most birds don’t have a decent sense of smell so if you decide a young bird up, its parents won’t even know you’ve handled it. Never take a baby bird home. Most parrot birds are loved to eat birds’ food, and it’s against the law in Utah to possess wild animals without special permits.

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Don’t feed the bird. While it’s fine for its parents to feed the young bird, you shouldn’t plan to provides its food. Birds have a really specific diet and feeding them something that’s not a part of their diet can kill them. “For example, many of us are surprised to find out that robins are among only a couple of birds that may safely eat worms. Most birds can’t” String ham said. Just place the bird back on its branch or in its nest, and let its parents feed it.

Leave it alone if it has feathers. If the baby bird is hopping around, you’ve found a bird that nearly isn’t a “baby” anymore. These young birds are called fledglings. They have most of their flight feathers and are very on the brink of taking them. If the bird isn’t at risk, leave it where you found it.

This awkward “hopping” stage typically lasts two to five days. It’s a part of the natural action a girl bird goes through before taking its. Its parents are watching the girls bird and are still feeding it. If you’re thinking that the fledgling is in immediate danger, then love it to a safer spot nearby.

However, if you can’t catch the bird, just leave it’s. Additional information about the way to help baby birds is additionally available on the Wild Aware Utah website.

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Tracking Down Birds Can Be Fun Activity

There was a small bird with beautiful red feathers on its head-hopping around a neighbor’s rain in the evening.

Curious what kind of bird it was, I turned to a book called “Peterson Field Guides to Beautiful blue Birds” and thumbed through the pages trying to find a match based on the book’s drawings. That’s not always easy as there are 850 different species of birds just in the US.

One clue was that the small bird I saw had a rounded beak, like those used by species that eat seeds rather than bugs.

By looking at the book’s illustration, and also visiting the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s website, and the Montana Field Guide website, I believe the bird was a male house finch.

This journey of discovery shows some of the many sources available for people interested in birds. There are even phone apps now that let you snap a photo of the bird to help identify it. One is called the Bird ID.

My search for the bird’s identity also allowed me to learn more about the species. For example, the small birds are found across Montana, so you may see one at a bird feeder, in a park, or at the edge of forests.

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What to do with baby ducks bird?

If you find a duckling on the ground that looks like it’s been separated from its parents, don’t move it or try to put it in water. Baby ducks should be left alone unless they’re trapped during a storm drain or elsewhere dangerous like during a swimming bath. If you are doing discover a duckling during a storm drain, you’ll be able to contact the closest DWR office to report it or contact your city officials.

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