Found a baby bird?

Did you find a baby bird?

baby bird

photo courtesy of NSCC

For a flyer that helps you decide what to do if you found a baby bird, click on the link below. Flyer courtesy of Native Songbird Care & Conservation (NSCC).

I Found a Baby Bird.

You can also go to NSCC's I Found a Bird page.

Please Note: Without proper licenses from California Department of Fish and Game and US Fish and Wildlife Services, it is unlawful to possess a native bird, even if you intend to return it to the wild. If you find an injured, orphaned or ill songbird, please call Native Songbird Care so they may provide it with the proper medical care by an experienced wildlife rehabilitator in a licensed facility.

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