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ON THE BLOG

April 19, 2014
A Red-breasted Merganser at our SF Bay center

Photos by Cheryl Reynolds This female Red-breasted Merganser was found at Main Beach in Santa Cruz on April 6 and was transported to us via [...]

April 19, 2014
Brown pelican with severe pouch laceration

This Brown Pelican with a severe pouch laceration injury was found and captured Wednesday at 5400 Ocean Blvd in Long Beach before transfer t [...]

April 19, 2014
Patient of the week: Brandt’s Cormorant

Photo by Bill Steinkamp Do not adjust your screen settings. The bright blue throat patch on this Brandt’s Cormorant is the real deal, [...]

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Why Rehabilitate Oiled Birds

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