which baby bird is this?


(new delhi, india)


Please identify it.

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Apr 11, 2016
Late response but it looks like a dove baby NEW
by: Anonymous

Looks just like the dove babies in my backyard. They have been on the ground but the parents always come to take care of them daily. Hopefully you put it back or got some help for the little guy. :(

Mar 16, 2016
which baby bird is this? NEW
by: Brook

Dear New Deli, I think your bird's parents are looking for it and will care for it if you put it back where you found it. Only if it was in immediate danger should you take it away, generally the little ones "fledge" the nest and the parent feeds them and watches over them. If it was in danger and you have a local wildlife center or bird sanctuary they will best be able to raise it and send it back into the wild. If you try to raise it, it will either die or not know how to take care of it's self out there in the nasty big world.

Mar 15, 2016
Identify NEW
by: Anonymous

Fro the look of the bill you might look under ducks/waterfowl

Mar 15, 2016
Not a New England Pigeon Fledgling NEW
by: Margaret Mariam

Wingspan looks to wide.

Mar 15, 2016
baby pigeon? NEW
by: Anonymous

Looks to me like a fledgling pigeon.

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