How Long Do Mother Birds Have to Stay with Thier Babies after They Hatch?

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How long a mother bird stays with her babies will depend on the type of bird it is. Typically a mother bird will stay until the babies are able to care for themselves. This would mean that the babies are able to fly and find their own food. This usually takes about 2 weeks after the incubation period, which also lasts about 2 weeks.
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About 7 weeks or more.it depends.
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The time for incubation varies widely from species to
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If you were visiting the nest often, you may have attracted a predator to it and it came and ate the chicks. 7 days is WAY too early for the babies to have left the nest. Most species
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Mom and babies will stay in the nest until mom thinks the babies are strong enough to make the walk to the pond/creek/whatever body of water mom normally lives in -- usually not more
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