See if you can find the nest.....if you can see it but can't reach it and the parents are nearby, try to make a nest out of a plastic cup and fasten it to a tree (out of the cat's reach). See if the parent will feed it from there. If you can't do the above and the baby needs care, gently pick it up and put it in a cup with tissue, or use a tee shirt to make a little nest. Put this in a box and cover it with a lid of some kind. Put the bird in a safe, quiet place. Keep it warm! You can put a zip-lock bag with warm water in it next to the bird. Don't give food or water.
Rose Wolf Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Center will be offering a volunteer training for anyone who is interested in learning how to assist wildlife when they have become injured and found. THere will be a training as soon as we receive enough responding for the training. Call to sign up and we will let you know when training is available.
Laura Murphy handles the raptors, hawks, owls. Sharon Fuas for songbirds. Call Nina Resnik 209-588-1335. email@example.com