Feeding WIld Baby Birds

by Miriam Moyer
(Pennsylvania)

In the US, it is illegal for a person to attempt to raise a bird who is not trained and licensed to do so. I've seen the sad results of many who tried.


If there are no licensed rehabilitators nearby (we often have peoople travel well over an hour to get the bird proper care) then one should be contacted to determine best diet and feeding methods.
Miriam Moyer, state and federal license for songbirds (PA, USA)

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Thanks so much Miriam. I have tried to contact you to get more information for our readers, but your email address must have been written incorrectly as it does not appear to work. Please contact me again, as I would love to get more information for our readers. Thanks. Susan

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Oct 02, 2011
Feeding baby birds
by: Anonymous

How do you get trained and licensed to feed wild birds?

Thank you Sandy

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