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  1. K

    A question: Rescue fledgling sparrow or no?

    Hello again. Just a quick update: I woke up at the crack of dawn and curtain-twitched until daybreak to keep my eye out. I saw all the usual birds come, feed and go, but nothing from the little one. When all was quiet, I took a quick peek at the fledgling's hiding spot and she was gone. I had a...
  2. K

    A question: Rescue fledgling sparrow or no?

    Ah I see. I've never had any sparrow fledglings in the garden before, only adults and young. So I'm unsure as to what's "normal" behaviour. After doing a bit of googling, I still didn't feel right to just leave it at that. Of course I will keep you updated, and thank you for the quick response.
  3. K

    A question: Rescue fledgling sparrow or no?

    Thank you for the quick response. I will keep a close eye on the bird and update if need be.
  4. K

    A question: Rescue fledgling sparrow or no?

    Hi all First and foremost, apologies if I posted in the wrong section - I wasn't sure where I should ask this. This evening I noticed a lone fledgling sparrow on my patio, clearly unable to fly yet but she was picking at some seed on the floor before going into hiding somewhere under my window...
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