We had a Mama bird build a nest in the dryer vent. I noticed the chirping the other evening outside. We had not been running the dryer much and it must not get too hot because there were nestlings in there. I had been considering not running the dryer for a week or so till they flew off. Today while at work the kid send me a text saying we have a problem. Then sends me a video of the dryer. All you can hear is chirping. Seems the nestling got out and wandered the wrong way and was in the silver dryer hose. I rushed home to save the baby bird. (strange there is only one baby, not sure where the others went) It was a nestling, very few feathers but alive and unhurt. We shook it out of the tubing and put it on ground near the vent so his mama could find it. I called the 24-hour vet clinic and they said if the mama didn't come for it, they would humanely euthanize it tomorrow. We left it alone and the little bird moved more in the weeds so I lost sight of him. He was still calling for his mama as the sun set. I guess if he is still alive tomorrow, I will bring him to the wildlife place. Never had a baby bird or any wild baby animal issue like this. People say do not touch the baby because the parent will abandon them. I have heard of people nursing baby rabbits, coons and bird but this is a first for me.