Yesterday I found a pigeon inside a trash can in a garage, I put in a cardboard box, and attempted to give it water with a eyedropper and spoon, I mixed the water with some salt and sugar to rehydrate faster, and its body temperature did not seem like a problem. Later I tried to get it to eat some corn but it won't even try. I also tried leaving some oats and dry cream of wheat with it but doesn't seem to want that either. I gave it some water around 1am and placed a hot potato around it in a sock to keep it warm along with a towel. It soon jumped out from the corner because I think it was warm enough and the potatoes were too hot for its body, i decided to try to feed it again in the morning. Today I bought a needless syringe and some rice cereal and mixed it with warm water, so it will drink the mixture but had minimal success. It doesn't appear to have any open wounds or damaged wings, which can extend fully. I think it just needs some energy to start flying again. Im pretty sure its an adult. The only problem is that it hasn't eaten for a while and I need some advice on how to feed it, and what to feed it. Some tips or anything that I appear to have missed will be appreciated as well thanks, JACK -btw I live in NYC.