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ON THE BLOG

August 02, 2014
Wading birds find a new home in the Ballona Wetlands

Our colleagues at Friends of Ballona Creek recently profiled some of our patients at International Bird Rescue’s Los Angeles center an [...]

August 01, 2014
The week in bird news, August 1

• The Pacific Northwest is seeing a dramatic and troubling decline in seabird species, from the once-ubiquitous Western Grebe to Surf Scoter [...]

July 30, 2014
Patient of the week: White-faced Ibis

Photo by Cheryl Reynolds This juvenile White-faced Ibis was found near Natomas, CA with a broken wing and brought to an animal shelter on Ju [...]

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