Injured Pigeon

  • In reply to Jack Aldridge:

    Have you tried walking up to it and see what happens, I've had a look on helpwildlife and can't see anyone in your area, so if you manage to try and catch it the RSPCA would be your best option.

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  • In reply to Alan.:

    There is this place in Southampton www.secondchanceanimalrescue.co.uk/

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  • In reply to Alan.:

    I tried to put a blanket over the pigeon but he just flew off onto the fence, which is just above the chair, he doesn't like to be touched like most wildlife
  • In reply to Alan.:

    There is also an Ark by where I live, which is part of the RSPCA in Stubbington
  • In reply to Jack Aldridge:

    If it can fly Jack you are best leaving it alone and hope for the best, if you happen to frighten it onto the floor it may be in a worse predicament than now.

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  • In reply to Jack Aldridge:

    I tried to put a blanket over the pigeon to try and catch it and put it in a warm and safe place...but that seems to not to work,
    So I'll leave him alone for a week or so, and if he still doesn't fly, then I may consider contacting The Stubbington Ark, unless you know a better place for me to contact?
  • In reply to Alan.:

    Yeah I think you are right Alan, thank you for your advice,
    If he doesn't fly off within a week, do you know the best place for me to contact for help?
  • In reply to Alan.:

    I tried to put a blanket over the pigeon to try and catch it and put it in a warm and safe place...but that seems to not to work,
    So I'll leave him alone for a week or so, and if he still doesn't fly, then I may consider contacting The Stubbington Ark, unless you know a better place for me to contact?
  • In reply to Jack Aldridge:

    Normally most people like the RSPCA will only come out if you have managed to catch any injured wildlife,hopefully it will stay safe until it recovers.

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  • In reply to Alan.:

    Yeah, I'll leave it and see what he does,
    Thanks for your support Alan, you have been a massive help!
    Best regards,
    Jack