Atlanta Audubon Society does not capture, transport, or rehabilitate injured or orphaned birds. If you have found a bird that needs help, call a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. Atlanta Wild Animal Rescue Effort (A.W.A.R.E.) is a good place to start. Their phone number is 678-418-1111 or you may reach out to them via their webste at http://www.awarewildlife.org/ or email at HELP@AwareWildlife.org.
The Chattahoochee Nature Center is also licensed to rehabilitate injured birds or prey, reptiles, and amphibians. They may be reached at 770-992-2055 or at their website at http://chattnaturecenter.org/.
Your local veterinarian may also be able to refer you to a license wildlife rehabilitator.
Finally, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division maintains a list of licensed wildlife rehabilitators that may be helpful.
Not sure if your bird needs help? Click here for a handy flow chart.
Transporting your bird to a rehabilitator? Clck here for tips and intstructions.
Parents WILL NOT reject baby birds that have been handled by humans. Click here for information on this and other common facts and myths about rehabilitating birds.