This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Brown Pelican's removal from the Endangered Species List. But the future of this iconic coastal species, and a common patient at International Bird Rescue's wildlife centers, is anything but clear. (Photo by Karen Schuenemann)
Protect Our Pelicans
Check out our 2013 annual report, a comprehensive look at our achievements that span the IBR mission: oil spill response, wildlife rehabilitation, innovative research and outreach to the communities we serve.
We've teamed up with our partners at Dawn Saves Wildlife to give a behind-the-scenes look at caring for oiled birds. Click here to find out more!
International Bird Rescue provides a hand-picked team of professional emergency managers, wildlife rehabilitators, biologists and veterinarians to manage each aspect of a wildlife response.
From The New York Times to The Today Show, our work has made headlines throughout 2014. Check out some of this coverage here.
Our Adopt a Bird program is a meaningful way to honor loved ones on special occassions, or just to show that you care. Starting at just $25, adoptions symbolically represent your generous support for wildlife.
There's a good chance that we've saved wildlife in areas of the world where you do business. Let's work together!
Volunteer your time to help rehabilitate aquatic birds.
Your generous donations will help us rescue and rehabilitate thousands birds from around the world.
Gifts of Stock
A gift of securities pays big dividends for the birds!
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Our Amazon.com wish lists have a wide variety of products we depend upon every day.
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|August 29, 2014 |
Patient of the week: Ashy Storm Petrel
Storm Petrels belong to the order Procellariiformes, which includes such seabirds as fulmars and albatrosses. One of six storm petrel specie [...]
|August 29, 2014 |
International Bird Rescue is currently accepting applications for a part-time rehabilitation technician position at our San Francisco Bay wi [...]
|August 28, 2014 |
Devastating fish hook injuries, but a pelican’s pluck prevails
Photos by Kelly Berry This Brown Pelican was brought to our Los Angeles center on August 18 from the Long Beach area, where it was found wra [...]
Report sightings of banded pelicans here.
How Does International Bird Rescue Help Oiled Birds?
Learn about the process of rehabilitating oiled birds.
Why Retain International Bird Rescue?
Learn what makes International Bird Rescue a global expert in bird rescue and rehabilitation.