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RE: Help, Baby Wren!

I would not try to put it back in the nest even if you find it. Try
feeding it and keeping it out of harms way till it gets big enough to
fly away.

But I am no expert on wrens...


> Dear All-
> My cat just brought me what looks like a baby wren.  It's very tiny,
> about 2", and has feathers, but they may be downy.  It looks a bit
> for a fledging, but I'm not sure.  I'm keeping it warm.  I could not
> find it's nest.  I've got to go to the doctor's and will check my
> when I return.  What should I do with it?  I think it's almost big
> enough to fly, so maybe I could feed it and then release it when it's
> ready.  It may have been injured as it had a bit of blood on it.  It
> be dead by the time I return home.  I've kept the cat inside for now.
> If I had more time I would let the cat out and probably he would
> to the place he got the bird.  Maybe I'll try that later.
> Thanks for any help,
> Chris
> LI, NY

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