Remembering our wonderful experience with our humming bird rescue last year: Bano, where are you? Are you here and I don’t recognize you because you are all grown up about to have babes of your own?
A p r o n h e a d -- Lilly Green
This little baby hummingbird either tried to wing it before his time or was a victim of foul (or fowl) play; however, a rescue operation is now in effect at the “Doolittle” home.
My neighbor found him in his driveway. We took him to a vet who does rescue, but given that he flew around the room, they sent him home for us to release. But he is not ready to be on his own. He had perched on the same branch (my neighbor placed him on) all night and all morning. He had no food and was crying.
And he has not even tried to leave the box since we brought him home. So as of now, we are re-hydrating him and keeping him in the bathroom till he seems strong enough to make it and not be cat food. So cute!
You are good to rescue him, he is so cute.
It was such a fun experience and to get to reunite her with mama–awesome! I can’t help but wonder if she is out there now, having migrated and returned. I would not recognize her from others probably.