Finding an injured garden bird is one of those things that’s bound to happen eventually, especially if you have a garden full of delicious bird food and bird feeders. But deciding what to do when you stumble across one can be a tricky decision indeed.

What to do with an injured bird in the UK

Should you take the bird in to protect it from harm? Do you know what to feed an injured bird? How do you know how injured the bird is? Our infographic covers these areas in detail, as well as the following:

  • Calling the injured pigeon helpline
  • Injured bird rescue methods
  • What to do with a bird with a broken wing
  • Techniques to treat an injured baby bird
  • Where to take an injured bird if you’ve treated it all you can

Take a look at our infographic below which will help you figure out the best course of action if you’ve found an injured bird in your garden.

Doing your bit for wild bird welfare

By helping to treat an injured bird – even one – you’re playing a huge part in helping the wider bird community. Well done! Now that you’ve nursed a wild bird back to health, you’ll want to feed it. Our sunflower hearts for birds will help keep their strength up.