Is the bird hurt or sick (unable to flutter wings, bleeding, wings drooping unevenly, weak or shivering, or attacked by a cat or dog?)
Add a clean soft cloth to a container or box with a lid. Make sure there are air holes in the container.
Cover the bird with a light sheet or towel (wear gloves if possible), gently pick up the bird and place it into the box and close the lid. Be sure to wash your hands after handling the bird.
Keep the bird in a warm, dark, quiet place. Do not attempt to give it food or water. Leave the bird alone, don't handle or bother it. Keep children and pets away.
Contact a wildlife rehabilitator, state wildlife agency or wildlife veterinarian as soon as possible.
As a 501C3 non profit all volunteer organization, donations to Thunder Eagle Wildlife are tax deductible.
We receive NO funding from State or Federal agencies.
We deeply appreciate all donations.
The DONATE button below will allow you to make a donation using PAYPAL or your credit card.
When you log into Amazon Smiles and choose Thunder Eagle Wildlife as your charitable organization a portion of the sales will be donated to our program.
Please remember us when you shop!
Connect with us on Facebook, Linkedin & Twitter to learn about upcoming projects and volunteer opportunities.