Our streaming bird camera is live during daylight hours at our Los Angeles Center in San Pedro, CA. This past month we've seen a huge uptick in oiled Western and Clark's Grebes coming into care. Natural ol seep fro the Ventura and Santa Barbara area is the culprit. Learn more
Note: The pelican aviary cam is offline while we do some upgrades. We will be back online soon!
Thanks to the Christen C. and Ben H. Garrett Family Foundation for the generous funding to get this project off the ground! You can help, too: Donate to support our birds in recovery.
Not seeing any birds? The bird or birds featured may be undergoing exams, or staff/volunteers may currently be cleaning their pools or enclosures. If so, check back again soon!
We also have a BirdCam running at our San Francisco Bay Center. See more
Enjoy watching our BirdCams? Please pitch in to help us cover the costs of streaming these views of our patients. If you or your company would like to sponsor the BirdCam for a month, please click here for more information.
Note: We use an Axis Q1765-LE HD camera to capture live video feed from the pelican aviary. Curious about this live streaming technology? Check out our recent blog post.
Bird Rescue's team of specialists operates two year-round aquatic bird rescue centers in California, which care for over 5,000 birds every year, and has led oiled wildlife rescue efforts in over 220 oil spills in more than a dozen countries.