June 27, 2018

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What to do if you find a baby bird

It’s the season of fledglings!

Around this time of year we’re finding that member’s of public are finding baby birds and are unsure about the best way to help them.  So we’ve included the above flow chart to help you all to determine the best course of action if you ever find a baby bird.

If the bird does not look visibly injured then please do not bring them in to us and use the flowchart, or call us on 01803 324341 with any concerns before attempting to handle and move it.

Should the situation occur where taking the bird to a rehabilitation centre is necessary, then Maxine Corbett rescues baby Seagulls and can be contacted on 01803 326954.  For songbirds, Martins, Swifts & Thrushes, they can be brought in to ourselves and we will find a centre who can take them on.

1 Comment
July 3, 2020 at 7:44 PM

Like!! Really appreciate you sharing this blog post.Really thank you! Keep writing.


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