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    Profile photo of bkwasnik

    Over a year ago

    I go for a bike ride every morning. Today on the way home, I saw a baby bird. usually, they fly away when the bike passes them, but this one didn’t. I saw the wing looked damaged. I didn’t know what to do since I was on my bike. I bought the bird bread and fed it. I went home to get a box with grass in it. When I tried to pick the bird up with the towel, I got to scared so I called my dad. By the time he came to help me the people in the house came out to take care of the bird. So many people I asked to help me was like “who cares its just a bird.” disgusting!

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  • Profile photo of OfficeHobo

    Over a year ago

    WTF that’s low

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  • Profile photo of latias

    Over a year ago

    Is peta2 able to do anything if the incident is not in the United States (i.e Canada)?

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  • Profile photo of bkwasnik

    Over a year ago

    @Whitney-C I do not know the status of the baby bird now because when I went back with my dad to bring it home it was gone- I think either it gathered enough energy from the food or the people who lived in the home took care of him further. I will save the number to my phone for next time

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  • Profile photo of CarolineS

    Over a year ago

    Last time I was walking I saw a bird on the street.. it was already dead.. completely flat.. :'[
    I didn’t even know it was a bird at first. But I have had some baby birds come across my home in the past.. I never know really what to do. But now that I know of peta2 😀 I’ll make sure to contact peta2 if I should ever have a baby/injured bird in my path

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    Staff

    Over a year ago

    @bkwasnik Next time you find an animal who appears to be injured (or ill, stray, neglected, abuse, etc), please either call PETA’s emergency pager at 757-434-6285 or e-mail us at CIDinfo@peta.org. Do you know the status of the baby bird now? If so, can you please go ahead and get in touch with us now so we can help?

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