Long time enthusiast of birding, specifically of the birds of the island of HISPANIOLA (Dominican Republic and Haiti) in the CARIBBEAN. Also, some knowledge of CARIBBEAN FAUNA IN GENERAL. I also have a limited knowledge of birds of Eastern North America. I am NOT A VETERINARIAN NOR A BIRD BREEDER so can not give any information regarding bird diet, nesting habits, chick raising, etc.
Amateur ornithologist since 1992.
Founding member of the Hispaniolan Ornithological Society.
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Hello. If you give me the exact location where the photo was taken, then maybe that could help. At first glance it looks like a member of the Accipiter genus, but with a youngling like this -still covered
Hi I had no idea, so I googled it an there's ton of related posts. Here's one answer I found: "Yes they can. The only way they couldn't was if the loss of feathers was do to injury and the fearher
Well, if the parents continued to tend to them after you handled them, that is no longer the issue then. I am not very familiarized with the brooding habits of these birds, but birds parents do motivate
Please explain "rescued".
If the device is on the inside of a garage, then move them, because if you don't then will you leave your garage door open all of the time? Maybe there's a tree or lamp post right outside where you can