What to do if you find a baby bird
Baby birds are the most common patients admitted to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital during the warmer months. Unfortunately most of these birds do not require admission to the Hospital and have been ‘bird-napped’ from their parents. Well-meaning members of the public find these birds and believe that they have fallen from the nest and require rescuing. In most cases however, these birds are fledglings and are learning to fly with their parents watching on from close by and continuing to care for them. Most of the baby birds admitted to the Wildlife Hospital are immediately sent back to be reunited with their parents.
Take a look at this short tutorial which further explains how to reunite baby birds with their parents.Baby Bird Management