With a weakened EPA and current threats to clean water, regulation and protection of endangered species, our work is as critical as ever. Bird Rescue relies on public support to care for 5,000 aquatic birds and they don't come with their own credit card.
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All hands were on deck for this critical effort to rescue birds caught in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, which impacted birds and other wildlife all over the Gulf of Mexico region. A large response team from Bird Rescue worked tirelessly alongside long-time colleagues Tri-State Bird Rescue.
There's a good chance that we've saved wildlife in areas of the world where you do business. Let's work together!
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!
Enjoy the live streaming BirdCams at our two California wildlife centers!
In honor of our 45 years of service, we ask you to join us as an official member of Bird Rescue for $45. We will mail you an "in the flock" exclusive car decal, while supplies last.
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.
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Your generous donations will help us rescue and rehabilitate thousands birds from around the world.
Volunteer your time to help rehabilitate aquatic birds.
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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Every purchase you make supports International Bird Rescue’s lifesaving work.
|April 28, 2017 |
Update: Loon Crisis Along Southern California Coast
The month of April has not been kind to seabirds in Southern California. Hundreds of aquatic birds – especially Loons – have been found emac [...]
|April 19, 2017 |
High Numbers of Beached Birds Showing Up Along the Southern California Coast
A large number of beached sick and emaciated seabirds rescued along Santa Barbara’s coastline are flooding into International Bird Rescue’s [...]
|April 18, 2017 |
Teaming Up with Oakland Zoo, and Golden Gate Audubon to Save Wild Baby Herons in Downtown Oakland
For the second consecutive year, a community partnership among like-minded wildlife organizations have teamed up to help save fledgling Blac [...]
Report sightings of banded pelicans here.
Who We Are
A 3-minute video on our team's lifesaving work.
The Annual Report
A comprehensive look at our accomplishments.
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.