may be it is hard to take care of small baby then big bird Srinidhi.R
I would think the mom bird teachs the baby bird to fly so the baby bird knows how to fly and take care of the baby the bird will have when it grows up so it can fly and take care of itself and the baby it has if it has one ^____^.
NO! If you so much as touch a wild baby bird the mother won't take care of it and the baby will die unless you choose to care for it.
No. It will be pushed out of the nest.
If it is really bad, go see a vet if you care enough.
the bird need nest to lay egg when the egg hatch a baby bird need nest the mother feed him and take care of him if the baby sick the mother kick the baby out the nest
It might, unless it is able to care for itself or this is someother bird or figure to care for it.
Take care of it
Look to the link below which will have a number of tutorials regarding the care for a baby bird - good luck !
A baby wax eye bird usually will get nourishment from the mother if they are left alone. However, a bird with injuries may require the assistance of a veterinarian.
Assuming you encounter one, pretty much the same way you'd care for a baby bird; keep it warm and feed it constantly.
I raised a baby mocking bird and my research found that small pieces of bread soaked in milk was the best. It worked great!
Only vets know how to take care of it.
If its a wild bird, you shouldn't be helping it anyway, and you should take it to a professional vet if it is your own bird. It also depends on the type of bird if you decide to break the law.
Just hold it still and it might calm down.
Usually, the momma will forget about it.
put under light and make egg warm
It depends on the age of the bird. If you know for sure its a baby bird, if possible, wait until you see the mother bird. Often if will carry it to a safer place and bring it food until it learns to fly. If it is injured or the mother bird abandons it, call a local bird sanctuary or take the bird there. But be carefull not to stress the baby bird out too much or it will die. What ever you do, do not put the bird back in its nest or touch it. Usually, if not all the time, the mother bird will reject the baby and let it die. Its better not to take the chance. Also it's illegal to take care of a baby bird without an license.
I found a tutorial on how to raise a baby squirrel at the related link below .
If a mother bird has abandoned its baby bird, it is important to feed it and keep it healthy. A baby blue jay can be fed by a dropper full of a diet mix found at pet stores.
It is best if you don't feed it yourself. It can get stressed out and/or die. its best to call or bring to a bird sanctuary. Plus its illegal to take care of a baby bird without a licence. Do not touch the baby bird except in emergency or if its injured. Often the mother bird will come back and feed it. But if it has human scent, she will abandon it and it will die.
If the Bluebird is too old or too ill to take on care of the baby birds it will leave the nest and let another bird care for them. 98% of eggs are found and raised to adulthood. The 2% of eggs that aren't found doesn't affect the Bluebird's population
the mummy bird kill the little baby then eats it then shout bobzilla!