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sizon199 sizon199 is offline
Posted 24th July 2013, 06:42 AM
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Found a little bird (Mod: probably sparrow)


So i found a newborn bird 3 days ago and it was going near the street(it would probably die) because its eyes were still closed,so i don't think it was practising to fly with his mother since it was newborn with no eyes.So i took him home and for 2 days i have been feeding him .Yesterday he opened his eyes,and today it started flapping its wings while in the bowl with cotton that i put him in.I know that birds practise flying with their mothers so this one will never learn how to fly ,although its still trying?Please reply me its important (i already love this little bird) I know it will probably die since its not getting the right vitamins by food

A guy on yahoo questions sent me this site, i m really thankful to him
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Posted 24th July 2013, 07:43 AM
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Ok, like I said (I'm the girl on yahoo who reccomended you ^^) you obviously are do fine for now since its been alive for 2 days. What are you feeding it? Kaytee exact is good for young pijis/parrots but not sure about other birds. How are you feeding it? How often? Could you post a pic? Knowing what type of bird it is can help, even if we don't know right away.
Wanna see how this little fellow ends up, hopefully someone who has raised some more wild birds will show up

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Posted 24th July 2013, 07:45 AM
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Well, unless you know what kind of bird it is, it could be difficult to advise you. Different species eat different kinds of food, for a start.

If it survives it will know how to fly instinctively.

Can you tell us what the bird is, or post a good picture of it.
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Posted 24th July 2013, 08:10 AM
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Sorry for saying that you were a guy then

So my mobile phone is broken so i cant take a photo but i know how the bird is called in Greek

check theese pictures
https://www.google.gr/search?q=spour...w=1920&bih=930

sorry for the huge link..
I have been giving it bread that i put in water first,so it gets both food + water at once plus its soft
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Posted 24th July 2013, 08:17 AM
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I m trying to feed it every 1 hour,and usually when its hungry it starts you know.. tweeting(you proabably understand what i mean).
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Posted 24th July 2013, 08:28 AM
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OK, some kind of Sparrow.
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Posted 24th July 2013, 08:35 AM
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OK, some kind of Sparrow.
Yeah , just used translate and yes thats what it is
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