Bird Q & A

 
  1. What do I do if I find a injured bird?  “i.e. can’t fly, shaking, not moving, missing feathers, etc”

  2. Gently capture the bird, put it in a safe container “box with holes or kennel, keep it quiet away from pets and kids.

  3. What do I do if I find a injured hawk or owl?

  4. Please call Birds of Prey.  Leave message if they do not answer.  Also you can call DOW.

  5. What do I do if I find a baby bird?

  6. Please see link How to Rescue Baby Birds.pdf

  7. Please call us during hours of operation.

  8. What do I do if I have a bird trapped in my house?

  9. Turn off all the lights.  Open up a door to the outside that is bright.  Help guide the bird towards the light.

  10. If the bird is caught in a place you can not get to and it can not fly.  Please call Urban Wildlife. 

  1. What do I do if I find a injured bird?  “i.e. can’t fly, shaking, not moving, missing feathers, etc”

  2. Gently capture the bird, put it in a safe container “box with holes or kennel, keep it quiet away from pets and kids.  Please bring into rehab center as soon as possible.

  3. What do I do if I find a injured hawk or owl?

  4. Please call Birds of Prey.  Leave message if they do not answer.  Also you can call DOW.

  5. What do I do if I find a baby bird?

  6. Please see link How to Rescue Baby Birds.pdf

  7. If the bird needs to be rescued, per information on above link, please bring it to the rehab as soon as possible.

  8. What do I do if I have a bird trapped in my house?

  9. Turn off all the lights.  Open up a door to the outside that is bright.  Help guide the bird towards the light.

  10. If the bird is caught in a place you can not get to and it can not fly.  Please call Urban Wildlife. 

  11. What if I would like to volunteer?

  12. Please fill out the applications for volunteering.  You can bring it into the center or contact our volunteer coordinator via email.