I'm sorry that it took this long to find this site; I was afraid that over-handling the wren would send it into shock. If it's not moving, though it's alive, as I transfer it from the bucket with shredded paper towel bedding, will it still stand a chance of survival?
And, yes, I will look for an organization involved with rescue efforts. I used to help someone when I worked downtown Chicago and would find birds stunned or half-dead from flying into the reflective windows early in the morning (always around 6 or 7am).
Oh, and of course -- what about food and water? Did I do things adequately or right?
Thank you for your time. I don't know how you do it at this time of the night! I am grateful for your kind assistance and patience.
Sadly the bird was dead by 7:30am. I don't think the brooder box I made well after midnight was enough, I don't know. Too many variables to even know why the poor thing died. I just don't think I did enough of the right things and then those the right way. /:(