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Login Forgot your password? Email Send Have an account? Login Don't have an account? Sign Up. Get our top 10 stories in your inbox:. In either case, if no bird or squirrel parent returns within several hours of your re-nesting attempt, these animals may need professional help and care to survive. See if your veterinarian is part of a rehabilitation network that can treat wildlife or exotics.
If not, many clinics, especially emergency clinics, have lists of local rehabilitation facilities and the types of animals they assist. You also can contact your local humane society , the Audubon Society, wild bird stores, your local animal control officer, or an aquarium or marine patrol for marine reptiles and mammals. If you can easily handle the wild animal, place the baby in a box with airholes, lined with something soft, like a T-shirt or towel. Keep the animal in a warm, dark, quiet place. Darkness makes the animal feel more secure.
To minimize stress, leave the animal alone. Although this sounds counterintuitive, do not provide food or water, unless instructed by a professional to do so.
Different animals have species-specific nutritional needs. Also, providing even a small amount of water runs the risk of the animal getting wet, chilled and even drowning if the animal is small and vulnerable. What seems like an act of kindness may actually do more harm than good.
In many areas, it is illegal to keep and care for wildlife without a proper license and training. You risk the possibility of being fined so know the laws in your state or region. They are there to protect both you and the animal. Knowing when not to intervene is equally as important as knowing when to rush in and help.
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Assess the Situation If wildlife babies have good body condition, seem well fed and growing, leave them alone. Rescue or Call in the Professionals? Re-nesting is OK If you find an uninjured bird that is a hatchling featherless, eyes closed or nestling starting to develop feathers, eyes open , they often can be re-nested.
Know Who to Call See if your veterinarian is part of a rehabilitation network that can treat wildlife or exotics.