What Is a Baby Bird Called?

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Baby birds go by different names depending on what kind of bird they are. A baby chicken would be called a chick, a baby duck a duckling, a baby goose would be a gosling.
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Baby birds are called either Altricial birds, or Precocial birds. Altricial birds are hatched without feathers, and their eyes are closed. Precocial birds are hatched with soft downy
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Generally a nest. Though some have specific names such as the nest of an eagle which are called eyries or aeries.
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Baby birds are called fledglings, nestlings, chicks, or hatchlings, depending on the
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Baby birds are best left in their parents' care. Because baby birds rely on their parents for not only food but also for guidance on how to be a bird, it is not safe for a baby bird
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