how i was able to get so close was that they are on my front
porch right next to my front door. we stopped using the front
door so as not to disturbe the nest. when discovered we counted
the eggs and have kept a close eye on them due to the cats
running loose in the neighbor hood. protective yes nosy no. but
we have seen the mom coming and going so they are going to be
just fine i believe.
On 6/26/05, Kitty.J wrote:
> On 6/25/05, Robin P. wrote:
>> Depending on the type of species,it may be illegal for you
>> bring the babies in and care for them.
>> If the mother does not come back,call animal control or the
>> humane society in your area,they can give you the number of
>> licensed rehabber that can pick them up and knows how to
>> care of them.
> How did you come so close to the nest to know theyhad four
> eggs and three hatched? I think you were a bit nosy with the
> nest checking of wild birds. Wild birds will abandon their
> chicks more easily then birds in captivity. But if you're sure
> they are not being taken care of i would contact a bird rescue
> or humane society and whatever. Hope the chicks are okay