Hi, my neighbors and I found a young baby Robin on their lawn. Their cat attacked it today and we don't know where it came from, but it's alive and appears to be uninjured (but very tired and hungry because it's just laying there and opening it's mouth when you go near it). It has opened its eyes a couple times and is breathing fine. After investigating a little, I found a Robin's nest in a tree across the road. It has one single empty blue egg, which had some kind of clear liquid/water in it. I haven't seen the mother return to that nest lately and I don't know if that's where the baby Robin came from. What should we do??? I have baby bird formula (for caged birds, such as Parakeets, Cockatiels, etc.) and a few syringes for feeding (because I have a bunch of Parakeets and they're all hatching out a bunch of eggs right now, so I have the formula just in case). It's warm outside so it should be fine right now. We're all just keeping an eye on it, and watching to see if the mother comes to find it...So far she hasn't. Besides leaving it alone and watching to see if the mother comes, what else could we do? Also, the baby Robin is old enough that it has grown some feathers, but it is far from being able to fly still. This is about exactly what it looks like right now: Thanks!