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hello there! I saw that picture of the bird you found, and from my experience with finding baby birds and such, I'd say it's probably in shock from something. and if it doesn't look injured, you should set it outside and leave it alone for a little while to see what it does. if it doesn't fly away on its own after a little while, there could be something wrong with it other than it just being in shock.
Hi there, ya my dad has taken care of baby birds before as well, we left it alone for about a half hour and didn’t move. When I checked it out my dog ran out and knocked it over. That’s when we decided to take in for a bit. I’m just letting it rest before letting it out again. But thanks for the advice!