Baby bird found, brought it in because many stray cats.

by Ceferina Grace
(Sanford, NC)

sitting with its legs tucked under

sitting with its legs tucked under

I'm going to bring the bird in the day after tomorrow seeing as its a long drive to the conservatory.

The baby has;
-Gray pin feather that move into a tan color
-white belly
-naked along neck and under wings
-longer neck & very , long legs
-beak is longer but not longer than the head
-beak is wide and yellow
-when it opens its mouth its all yellow inside

It chirps and makes a weird shrieking noise as well.
It's about the size of my palm and almost 5 inches when standing.
Can anyone tell me what it is??

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Oct 30, 2016
raised same baby bird NEW
by: Anonymous

looks to be a robin. found one in a park years ago and raised it until it was old enough to fly off.

Jun 30, 2014
Need to know NEW
by: Anonymous

Found the exact same one and ive been giving it food but what type of bird is this i really want to know

May 15, 2012
I found the same bird!!! NEW
by: Anonymous


i found the same bird in the picture
i actually found two together. i caught one but the other ran away.

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