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ON THE BLOG

April 15, 2014
Contaminated pelican the latest among string of oiled birds at Los Angeles center

Photos by Kelly Berry Our Los Angeles team has been dealing with an array of oiled aquatic birds in recent days, from Common Murres to a ver [...]

April 12, 2014
Patient of the week: Common Loon

Photos by Bill Steinkamp Our patient of the week is this stunning Common Loon in breeding plumage, currently in care at our Los Angeles cent [...]

April 08, 2014
Ducklings at our wildlife centers

With the arrival of the year’s first ducklings, baby bird season is upon us again, and we need your help. Landscaped yards, road medians and [...]

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Why Rehabilitate Oiled Birds

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How Does International Bird Rescue Help Oiled Birds?

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Why Retain International Bird Rescue

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