When You Should – and Should Not –
Rescue Baby Birds
Summer is the breeding time for birds. Many species of birds will successfully raise one, two, or even three broods of birds during the spring and summer months. This brings young birds to our yards and parks as well as the dilemma of whether the “baby birds” need to be rescued. For the most part the best advice is to leave fledgling birds alone! There are circumstances where the decision to rescue may be appropriate. The National Audubon Society offers some guidance to help us when faced with the dilemma to “save” a baby bird.
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