Several years ago, I trained as a certified urban wildlife rehabber while I volunteered with TWRC here in Houston. I spent most of my volunteer time in the "Bird Room" at TWRC, taking care of abandoned and injured birds.
I took a look through the window. The bird looked calm, but not visibly hurt.
I decided to go outside and get a closer look just to make sure he was ok. The bird was very calm and let me pick him up. I figured he was probably just stunned from hitting the window.
Then, I noticed a little bit of blood on one my fingers. I took a closer look at his beak and sure enough, he has some blood coming out of his mouth.
This is often a sign of internal bleeding. So, my plan is to take him to the experts at TWRC when they open later this morning.
Until then, we made him a safe, quiet place to rest.
If you find a bird on the ground (especially this time of year), they may or may not be injured.
Check out TWRC's detailed info on what to do if you see a bird in your neighborhood that you think might need help.
I'll keep you posted on what happens with this little guy!
Thinking good thoughts!