Yep. Sheryl. It liked dog food. Crow's are great. It would ride around on the dogs. When it could fly it would follow my aunt when she biked to work. Very social and fun birds, it was loud and pushy when it wanted food.
Guessing a google search would know better than me, but hamburger works. Worth putting the effort into though. It was really great.
Unless you see a dead parent nearby or it looks injured (bloody) just leave it be. Wild animals have instincts and the parents could be watching from afar.
Not a crow kid, but some unknown bird kid. I still have him with me
He sits and ***** on my shoulder and pillow annoying little thing. But I love him.
He's a bird dude not a dog he barely even fits in my palms
Just saw that one, but it would be child abuse. I refuse to even cage him up
Wait dare you call my son that!!!
Lol I know
Hmm no :/ but I've taken care of another type of baby bird and a baby rabbit before :)
Oh good :)
Is it injured? If it is, nurse it back to health. Give it a few berries to eat. If you can see its nest, after you heal it, put it back in its nest.
Keep it in your room, and put some berries near it. Maybe it's not hungry.
Poor thing :c