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What species is this hatchling? I don't see many birds with his yellow coloring around here and he's already larger than most birds I see. He's been hanging out on my porch for about half an hours
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looks like a great horned owl RIP
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tufted finch
http://www.birdcanada.com/tufted-finches/
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>>2745880
It fucking doesn't.
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put it down op it's done for, but save the meat for jerky
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>>2745847
eagle
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Starling
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Looks like a robin to me. It's a fledgling, so just let it chill there unless it's in immediate danger.
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>>2745847
Tufted Recluse. RIP in piece.
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Mine turned out to be a yellow bellied meadowlark.
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>>2745847
Hatchlings are pretty hard to ID but could be a starling.

I'd recommend drowning.
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>>2745847
It is a fucking sparrow you moron
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honestly I would just do the humane thing and just drown it. Trust me, it's not as barbaric as it sounds. I am a former drowning victim and can confirm it was painless




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