DH and I found this baby bird yesterday afternoon. It seems to have fallen out of an auger we were moving, but we could not find a nest or egg shells or other babies anywhere. We really have no idea where it came from. I don't know it's age or what it is but it is still alive and eating and moving around pretty good. We are feeding it tiny moths several times a day and it seems to be happy with that. I know orphaned wild animals are supposed to be taken to wildlife mgmnt. people, but honestly, we are just shocked the little guy is still alive. Can anyone tell me anything about the bird like what it is, how to care for it, age....anything? The moth in the photo is NOT what we are feeding it...it just flew into the 'nest' as I was taking pictures. The AA battery is there to show size/scale. Thanks in advance- ANY advice is greatly appreciated. If you look closely, you can see the baby's fluff on its head and some on it's back. The baby looks like he's not doing well in the photo's, but he really is as far as we can tell. DH chirps at the little guy periodically throughout the day and if the baby is hungry, he sits up and opens his beak up WIDE! He'll eat 2-3 of the tiny (smashed) moths and then he's lays down for another nap. It is very cute. We've noticed the baby responds to DH's 'chirp' everytime, and mine only occasionally. We also keep his 'nest' in the same room as our 2 day old chicks so that it can hear other birds.