Question by  Geezergrrl (19)

How do I care for baby robins that fell from their nest?

The mother never came back.


Answer by  amanda31 (31)

Always leave unattended birds alone in the wild. It is a myth that mother birds will not take care of babies that have been touched by humans. If the birds truly are orphaned, contact a local wildlife rehab facility to care for the orphaned birds.


Answer by  katharine (3981)

The best thing to do is find someone who is experienced with raising baby birds. You can also try to find a bird or wildlife sanctuary. Raising orphaned baby birds is very difficult and it is best to find someone experienced to help. You need to keep them warm with a heat lamp and get bugs and worms for food.


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

Parent robins feed their babies regurgitated worms and bugs. They are very weak and helpless the first 3 or 4 days of their lives. The babies also need Vitamin D-3 that they would normally get from the sun. Contacting your local ranger or wildlife preserve would be your best bet.


Answer by  worker2746 (2434)

You will need to mimic the mother and give them food and water and warmth as well. Keep them in a box.

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