How to Take Care of a Baby Finch?

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I have to tell you the best idea is not to try to care for a baby wild bird. It just doesn't work well. If you must, you will need to feed it every twenty minutes from sunset to sundown without fail. You will need to use some tweezers to feed the bird and you will need some special vitamins. Here is some more info on caring for wild baby birds, and another warning not to try. www.wild-bird-watching.com
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If there is no way of getting the finch back in the nest so its mother can care for it you should make sure to hold it in a towel to keep your sent off the bird, using a dropper feed the bird a bird formula found at a pet store. Keep the contact with the bird to a minimum so that it can be set free when old enough.
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