How to Raise a Baby Robin?


If you find a baby robin, or any kind of wild bird, that has fallen out of the nest, it is never recommended to try to raise it yourself. In many areas, it's actually illegal. Instead, try to either put it back in the nest, or just leave it alone. The mother will come back, find it and put it back where it belongs. Baby birds need to be fed every 15 - 20 minutes and it would be impossible to raise one.
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Generally, it is actually illegal to raise and to keep a wild animal of any kind in captivity. This is inclusive of baby robins. If you choose to raise a baby robin you need to be aware of the fact that this is actually a felony.
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If they are in a nest and no bird has been incubating them for 20 days.they are long dead. Just leave them alone. Even if alive, it would be illegal for you to take them anyway.
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