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Mom knows best!

Baby season is approaching, the larger birds of prey are already sitting on their eggs. A lot of people want to know what to do when they find an “orphaned” baby bird.... first, Mom’s know best! It is always better to re-unite wildlife with their parents. There are many reasons behind this. Young wildlife learn from their parents. It is always better make Every attempt to re-unite! And now the “But......” If an animal is obviously injure, it will need to be rescued. The following flow chart was developed to help you determine what steps to take. If you are in doubt always contact a Rehabilitator and we will walk you through the process.


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