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What to do with an injured bird!

I get emails from folks that have found an injured hawk or an injured bird. If you have an injured bird, here's what to do. Call the Humane Society and find a registered, licensed wildlife rehabilitation facility as soon as you can. Follow their instructions.

If you don't know what species of hawk or bird it is, it will be difficult to feed it properly.

If you are in the United States, it is illegal for you to keep and care for any native bird.

I know that you care because you have taken the time to check this page, so please get the bird to a rehabilitation facility as soon as you can.

For further information The Birds of Prey Foundation

How to Locate a Wildlife Rehabilitator: http://www.tc.umn.edu/~devo0028/contact.htm



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