If they are really small, you need to go to a petstore and get some baby bird formula. You can feed them out of an eye dropper. Do not use heating pads or blankets. If the blanket gets too hot your baby bird has no where to go to get away from the heat. Instead use a low wattage heat lamp. You also need to take the bird outside, or in a room with at leat 3 windows open every once in a while. Thi will let it get some fresh air and excersize. I hope this information has helped you some. If you need any other information just ask! THNX!
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.
Just hold it still and it might calm down.
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.
may be it is hard to take care of small baby then big bird Srinidhi.R
Take it to a veterinarian or animal shelter, and they'll take care of it.
Only if you get one from a pet store can you keep a baby bird ,but not a wild one.
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 ^____^.
A Crow is a wild bird not a pet.
No. It will be pushed out of the nest.
not if it just came out of it's egg!but if it's wild yes
well i think they can because baby birds are bigger
Take it to the zoo so trained bird doctors can help it :)
You should never touch wild baby mice that you are taking care of. You can feed them with an eye dropper of formula and keep them warm in a blanket in a box.
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
The best way to care for an injured bird is to remain calm so as not to stress the bird. If you can get the bird, use a towel to gently lift it into a box. Keep the box in a warm, quiet area. Call a wild life rehabilitation center to see if they will take the bird to care for it. If they cannot take the bird, they can direct you to someone who can care for it.
It might, unless it is able to care for itself or this is someother bird or figure to care for it.
baby birds get adult mites from their parents in the nest
A baby bird will need to eat about ever 45-50 mins during the day time. At night, they eat about every 6 hours.
Take care of it
well if it is a wild bird you can't really do anything for it............. and if you keep is as a pet do you need it to be able to fly.......???
Look to the link below which will have a number of tutorials regarding the care for a baby bird - good luck !
You can keep a baby wild bird as a pet but not the father or mother. If the bird is of an endangered species, you need licensing from the Department of Fish and Game in order to keep it and raise it. Check your local wildlife department.
Take it to a vet, where proper care can be given.
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.