Baby Birds and the Audubon Society

By AM Northwest Staff

Spring has sprung and so have the baby birds.

Most people have heard that if you find a baby bird on the ground you shouldn't touch it to put it back in it's nest as the mother will likely reject it.

Karen Munday, Urban Wildlife Specialist with the Audubon Society of Portland and Volunteer Coordinator, Deanna Sawtelle, said this isn't true and you can actually help put a baby bird that you believe has fallen out of it's nest too early back it's in nest.

To find out how click here!


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