Video: Celebrating 40 Years Restoring Wings to the Wild
e’ve been caring for hundreds of baby birds this spring and summer. Here’s a rare opportunity to see our baby patients learning how to eat and being prepared to return to the wild! We work hard to educate the public not to disturb nestlings and juvenile birds. Sometimes babies are orphaned when parents are killed or injured by predatory pets. A badly timed tree trim can also compromise nests. Canada Goose goslingWhen baby birds are in crisis you can help. Your donations provide food, medical care and rehabilitation training for these nestlings featured in this video and dozens of other species at The Bird Rescue Center.Two baby Acorn Woodpeckers.