How Do You Take Care Of A Baby Bird. They often find themselves out of the safety of the nest, in potential danger. We always fed baby birds wet cat food.and water.
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Originally Answered: How do I take care of a baby bird?
Remember how you care for your bird will determine how healthy and loyal he/she will turn out be.
Birds will not readily abandon their young because they "smell humans." What you should not do is take the little guys inside and try to care for them yourself. It's a myth that mama bird will reject her baby if you touch it—but what does science say about A lot of people face this dilemma at the beginning of summer, when many baby birds are taking their first flight from the nest—in bird-nerd speak, they're First, you should ask yourself how cute the bird is. How to Feed Baby Birds Cat Food.