Who do you call to rescue a bird?
Injured bird rescue. The bird is either sick or injured and must be taken right away to a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Important: For the bird to have the best chance of recovery and release, you must contact a rehabilitator right away and transport the songbird there immediately.
Where can I give my bird away?
01 of 05. Contact Local Bird Rescues. ….02 of 05. Get In Touch With Your Local Bird Club or Aviculture Society. ….03 of 05. List Your Bird for Adoption. ….04 of 05. Check With Your Avian Vet. ….05 of 05. Ask Friends and Family.
What do you do with a rescued bird?
Keep pets away, leave the fledgling alone and monitor, as the parents are usually nearby and feeding the bird. Even if you have already confined a healthy fledgling you may still be able to return them to their parents. If they’re in immediate danger, place it in a sheltered spot a short distance away.
Will a local vet take an injured bird?
An injured bird should always be passed onto a local vet, RSPCA in England and Wales, SSPCA in Scotland, USPCA in Northern Ireland or an independent rescue centre, so it can receive appropriate treatment without undue delay.