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feathered friend

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any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

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Baby birds will quite naturally spend a few days mooching around the flower beds before they make the giant leap into the world of flight and independence and, far from abandoning their offspring, parent birds are usually discreetly watching them nearby.
We are going to try and not get too emotionally attached to the new baby birds, okay?
First, the baby bird could carry diseases they may transmit to people, and second, the baby's mom or dad might be nearby.
He cares for mainly non-native wildlife baby birds because they overload all our rehabbers," she said.
Our chants go heavenward and when we chant the melodies of the psalms that I have grown to love, I sometimes think of the baby birds that were given a kind of love, care and wisdom that flies as well toward the Creator.
The baby birds can be returned to the extension service after teachers are done with them, or they can go home to the families of especially persistent kids.
In fetal position, they uncurled and curled, then sat up like baby birds begging for worms.
They can eat other fish, frogs, rodents, and baby birds.
What self-respecting reader (especially one of middle school age) wouldn't want to know why the baby birds in the "devious.
Fish and Wildlife Service study shows that high exposures to PCBs can cause death in adult and baby birds, and lower exposures may cause reproductive and fertility problems.
The RSPCA has launched a helpline in a bid to save thousands of baby birds who are unnecessarily put in danger by the Midland animal lovers handling them.
People usually find baby birds or mammals during spring and summer," explains Mark Pokras, director of the Wildlife Clinic at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, North Grafton, Mass.
People do that with baby birds and orphaned fawns, but trees--lacking the mobility of warblers and whitetails--must be permanently removed.
Kaytee Products is recalling a limited production run of two products, Kaytee exact[R] Hand Feeding Baby Birds and Kaytee exact[R] Hand Feeding Baby Macaws.
The people who work at raptor centers wash birds covered in mud or oil; use medical science and technology to splint broken bones; and care for baby birds while preparing them to be nested with wild "foster parents" who will raise them and teach them how to hunt.