We frequently receive calls and messages regarding injured or orphaned wild birds. While we are not uncaring, we simply cannot assist with these situations as we only deal with tropical parrots.
The absolute best thing you can do should you find an orphaned bird is leave it alone. If the bird appears to have fallen from a nest, the bird can be returned to it's nest if you are able to locate it. Adult birds WILL NOT reject baby birds that have been handled by humans. If a nest can't be located, please call a licensed wildlife rehabilitator (see below).
If the bird has feathers, it is probably a fledged bird and a parent bird is likely nearby. As long as the bird is not in danger from predators, it's best to observe from a distance to see if a parent returns for an hour or so before determining that the bird needs human intervention.
AWARE Wildlife Center: Located in Lithonia, GA, AWARE is licensed to treat all native Georgia wildlife, including birds. Their phone number is 678-418-1111 or you may reach out to them via their website at http://www.awarewildlife.org/ or email at HELP@AwareWildlife.org. Please note that AWARE prefers contact via their website or through email.
The Chattahoochee Nature Center: Located in Roswell, GA, The Chattahoochee Nature Center is licensed to rehabilitate injured birds of prey, reptiles, and amphibians. They may be reached at 770-992-2055 ext. 239 or at their website at http://chattnaturecenter.org/.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division: DNR maintains a list of licensed wildlife rehabilitators that may be helpful.
Your local veterinarian may also be able to refer you to a license wildlife rehabilitator.