This baby wren appeared in my life at the most inconvenient moment, at a time when I just didn’t have time to take care of a baby bird but I did it, I cared for it as best I could until I could get it to a wildlife rescue center the next day. I found it outside the building where my office is and then I brought it to the hut for the night. I fed it, gave it water, then we went back to the office in the morning where I searched online for a wildlife rescue center nearby.
If you find an injured or lost wild animal, look for a wildlife rescue center in your area. Many are open every day and even have cages outside to drop off wild animals after hours. I brought this baby wren to Project Wildlife in San Diego, California.
Here is the link to Project Wildlife in San Diego:
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