A beginner's guide to rearing Wild Birds

A beginner's guide to rearing Wild Birds

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by Samantha Bedford
     
 
Rearing baby birds is one of the most rewarding things I have ever learned to do as a wildlife "rehabber".

Once the basics of warmth and food are right, they can progress with little trouble, but how do you know when it's right to intervene and rescue, what food will ensure good feather growth and how to give this animal you've rescued its best chance of surviving

Overview

Rearing baby birds is one of the most rewarding things I have ever learned to do as a wildlife "rehabber".

Once the basics of warmth and food are right, they can progress with little trouble, but how do you know when it's right to intervene and rescue, what food will ensure good feather growth and how to give this animal you've rescued its best chance of surviving in the wild?

This book covers everything I have learned about rearing genuinely orphaned wild birds and giving them that second chance to be wild.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781445281759
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
02/18/2010
Pages:
54

Meet the Author

Samantha Bedford founded Bedfordshire Wildlife Rescue in 2004 after finding that there was nowhere local for sick and injured wildlife to be treated.

Now firmly established, her small charity rears around 250 baby birds each Year as well as dealing with countless other sick, injured and orphaned animals.

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