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Birds of Kentucky: Problems of getting launched in this world

2013-05-10 - Milltown Church Road, Columbia, KY. - Photo by Alexandra Morgan. My mom and sister found a baby bird and yelled for me to come and take photos of it. But as we took photos we realized we didn't know what to do with it because we didn't know where the mom was. We made sure it wasn't hurt and his wings were okay. The bird could move them up and down, so we assumed it fell when trying to learn to fly. We just placed it up in a tiny tree about 3 feet high and left it alone. the mother may have come back for it. We can't find it anywhere so maybe the mom rescued it. - Alexandra Morgan Photo taken Wednesday, May 8, 2013.
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