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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by pax12, Apr 23, 2009.
That is really neat ! I'll be sure to come back and check and see how things are going!!
An actual robin egg? It is highly illegal to remove them from a nest. It is also illegal to posess feathers, nests, eggs or egg shells, bodies, live birds, or anything else from a robin. They fall under the migratory bird act and it's a federal law. Not that I haven't done it but mine was from an abandoned nest after a storm and I did contact a wildlife rehabber but none had the ability to hatch an egg and it would not have survived transport that distance without heat. So I attempted to hatch it and nearly succeeded but it died right at the end.
i found it on the ground
its starting to hatch
Who is going to eat worms a spit it back in its mouth
its getting close
Quote:actually the mother regurgitating food for babies is a myth, the mother brings back whole food for the babies,
if it hatches, wich I hope it does, you'll need to feed VERY small pieces of puppy food, and very small insects, do NOT feed worms for a few days, as it gets older you can feed bigger bites.
I've raised many baby birds, including robins, I've only had success ONCE with a newly hatched baby though, but it can be done
cool I didn't know that