We are now not long into baby bird season and the likelihood of you coming across a baby bird in the coming months are quite high. Please have a read of this information about baby birds to help you know what to do should you find one.
Please do not remove a baby bird unless it is injured. If you are unsure whether you should intervene we are only a phone-call away (0429 GO WILD).
We have had many baby birds come into care already and we would like to remind everyone that healthy baby birds have a much better chance of survival when left in their natural environment, with their parents.
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