What kind of bird is this. I found it hurt in Fort Worth Texas

by dj.typo on skype
(Fort Worth Texas)

I found this bird hurt on my patio. Dose anyone know what kind of bird this is?


Got 2 pics of the bird in a cat carrer to keep it safe from my dogs.

It dose have a sore on the top of its back near the spine. The bird can run and flap its wings but cat fly(yet). I found this bird on my back padio and I think one of the cats that I feed had brought it up and left it by the dog house where the stray cats often have babys. A stray cat was laying sitting about 8 feet from it.

I could hear the chriping sound as it was sitting under my window looking out on the padio.

Please can anyone help me with getting a ID of this bird?

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Jul 27, 2016
what kind of bird is this. I found it jurt in fort worth texas NEW
by: Brook

Hi, this bird is much to young to survive without professional help. Do you have a nearby Wildlife Care Center or an Audubon Society that will take it in? Until you can get it to someone who can properl care for it, it will need water. Try to give it water through an eye dropper, one drop at a time. You don't want to choke it but it will become dehydrated quickly. Give it an old rag or something soft and dry to lay on and keep it in a darker, quiet, and cool place. No fans though. It will need to eat soon too, so please contact a professonal

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