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Celebrate 2019 Bird L.A. Day On May 4th With Us In San Pedro

You are invited to help International Bird Rescue celebrate 2019 Bird L.A. Day on May 4th at our Los Angeles Wildlife Center. We will have crafts, special presentations, a gift shop, and educational booths where you can learn more about the waterbirds that we care for and how you can take action to protect them….

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Albatross Adventures: Special Evening Hosted in a Very Special Community!

Bird Rescue was thrilled to host a special public evening event on March 28, 2019, in Berkeley, CA –the birthplace of our first wildlife center back the 1970s. Our Executive Director, JD Bergeron, shared a lively and inspiring presentation “Albatross Adventures: Finding Wisdom on Midway Atoll” about his experience as one of 18 individuals conducting…

New Upgrades, Predator Proofing Completed At Los Angeles Wildlife Center

Major upgrades have been completed at our Los Angeles wildlife center thanks to the generous support of Marathon Petroleum Foundation! Predator proofing had recently become a key issue at our L.A. wildlife center in San Pedro. As development has continued in the surrounding community, the presence of predatory species such as raccoons and rats in…

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Update Two Crises: 2nd Team Deployed to South Africa, Rising Number of California Oiled Birds

As two avian crises, on two continents, continues to unfold, International Bird Rescue is sending a new team to South Africa to support a large scale waterbird rescue. And at home in California, additional staff has been added to respond to rising numbers of oiled birds. Bird Rescue is asking the public to help support…

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Event: Albatross Adventures: Finding Wisdom on Midway Atoll – March 28 in Berkeley, CA

Learn more about seabirds in the Bay Area and throughout the world! Sign up now This engaging evening on Thursday, March 28, 2019 in Berkeley, CA will feature Bird Rescue Executive Director JD Bergeron’s inspiring presentation about his recent journey to Midway Atoll, which hosts the largest albatross colony on the planet. JD was one…

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Seabirds Oiled By Natural Seep Along California Coast Flood Los Angeles Center

Updated 3/4/2019 Since the beginning of 2019, more than 150 oiled seabirds coated in natural seep have been found stranded on beaches up and down the coast of California, from San Mateo County to Orange County. The rescued birds are being washed and rehabilitated at our Los Angeles wildlife center. They include mainly Western Grebes,…

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All You Need Is Love: Valentine’s Day Gift Idea

Celebrate Valentine’s Day by symbolically adopting a pair of ducklings in honor of your special someone! At International Bird Rescue, we are dedicated to rescuing waterbirds in crisis and inspiring people to act toward balance with the natural world and care for the home we share with wildlife. Your adoption will be a meaningful and…