Found a baby bird and I'm not sure of its breed.

by Charlene
(Singapore)

It's yellow and it makes a really loud sound like a chirp but louder and it has quite a long beak... I found it on the ground while I was walking home from school... it's probably a wild bird? and I'm from Singapore so maybe that would help a bit more...

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Mar 19, 2014
how are the baby birds NEW
by: Anonymous

Charlene, Irene. How r the baby birds now, still with u?

Jul 27, 2013
First hand experience
by: Olai

It is a baby black naped oriole. Very common in singapore. Just go to your local fish store or clementi 328 for some white mealworms(the big types). I have raised 2 babies I found on the roadside on this diet, and some water using a straw. Releasing is a problem tho as I do not know if it is capable of feeding for itself =.=

Jul 06, 2013
BABY BIRD ORIOLE
by: Irene

Any advise on what to feed? I found one this morning too!

Apr 13, 2013
Common bird in Singapore
by: Neo

It's an Oriole, a common bird in Singapore. It will grow and develop a black mask around the eyes.


Apr 03, 2013
oriole
by: Anonymous

it's a juvenile black naped oriole. i found it before

Mar 07, 2013
American Goldfinch?
by: GaryE

It really looks a lot like an immature or transitioning american goldfinch (see http://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/American_Goldfinch/id for more info) to me. But the only way that could be in Singapore is if it was a released pet or the offspring of two released pets or something weird like that.

I tried doing a search for goldfinch like bird Singapore . . . and I could not find anything worthwhile. So I really do not know. Best of luck!

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