A little Brewer’s Blackbird calls for his dinner

Council for all wildlife

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This nestling Brewer’s Blackbird was found on the ground in a park in Price, Utah, by a kind person who brought him to Debbie Pappas, licensed wildlife rehabilitator with Second Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation in Price. Fortunately, he was in good shape and uninjured. He just needed a couple of weeks of expert care and feeding to give him time to grow up. On August 1st, when he could fly well and eat well by himself, he was released to enjoy his life back in the wild.

If you find a baby bird on the ground, call a licensed wildlife rehabilitator for advice on what to do. Sometimes nestlings can be put back in their nest. Sometimes they do need rescuing. Don’t try to raise a baby bird by yourself because it won’t turn out well; the different species have unique diets and special requirements, and it’s a lot…

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