Update on the junco. I didn't see him yesterday afternoon and assumed he had died somewhere. Last night at about 4pm he showed up to feed under my station. I called the Audubon Society and they gave me a bunch of numbers which no one answered. I am going to try to find him today and capture him with a sheet. Once I do that I am going to drop him off at Tufts Wild Life Clinic. I hope they fix it instead of putting him to sleep, but I can no longer watch him suffering in my yard. I watch him and I get depressed seeing how hard he is working to stay alive. I cannot let nature take it's course this time I am afraid. I saw cat paw prints in my yard yesterday and that could very well be his fate and I don't want that so I am going to try to capture him. He is a very quick little bird though and cornering hasn't helped thus far. I was reading that if you get a sheet around them, they become disoriented so it is easier to catch.
I will let you know how I do. He is not out there yet this morning and I have until noon to get him there because that's when the wildlife center closes.