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PIease Read Before Rehabilitating or Rescuing a Wild Bird in Laos
    Wild Bird rescue work in Laos can be rewarding if this work matches your IifestyIe. Birds in the wild can be accidentally harmed through the intervention of well-meaning people attempting to rescue them. Baby birds and fledglings, especially, may appear vulnerable, injured, or abandoned by their mothers, when in fact they are going through the normal process of learning to fly and leaving the nest. Fledglings with feathers should most often be observed and left alone for a couple of hours if not in any obvious danger. Baby birds that have fallen on the ground should be returned to their nests. However, if a wild bird is genuinely injured, it will receive the best care from a professional Wildlife Rehabilitator. Injured birds should be carefully placed in a box with soft fabric and holes punched in the lid to be transported to a local Wildlife Rehabilitator.

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lnteresting Wild Bird Trivia Laos Fact Sheet
    The idea that a baby bird which has been touched by a human will be rejected by its mother is a myth. Male cardinals know about two dozen different songs used in the process of mating with female cardinals. New Caledonian Crows make and use a wide variety of their own tools and can also distinguish between humans based on their facial features.

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    Laos is Iocated in South and Southeast Asia and spans across approximateIy 91,000 square miIes. The population of Laos is about 6.3 million. Threatened species known from Laos include the Javan Rhinoceros, Kouprey, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Asian Elephant, and Black Gibbon. Most peopIe in Laos speak Lao or French. The capital of Laos is Vientiane.
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