Hailey Winslow, an actress, FOX Los Angeles reporter, and adventure travel television host, has been chosen for this year’s keynote speaker for the Taking Flight Awards Ceremony and Fundraiser, which will take place on the evening of June 14 in Berkeley, CA.
A year ago this month, an unusual Brown Pelican stranding event swamped our wildlife center in Los Angeles. In May alone, we received 246 new pelican patients, by August the total reached 350 intakes of Brown Pelicans!
Three orphaned Killdeer chicks have doubled in weight and continue to grow stronger each day. They were rescued from Project Wildlife in San Diego, CA and transferred to Bird Rescue’s Los Angeles Wildlife Center.
On Saturday, May 13, 2023 join International Bird Rescue, in partnership with the Pacific Flyway Center, to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day and Bird Rescue’s Open House at the Cordelia Slough.
Every year, over 1,000 chicks are cared for during the spring and summer. However, due to Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza AKA bird flu, this year Bird Rescue must make additional costly adjustments to ensure the safety of all patients.
International Bird Rescue is excited to announce the launch of a new conservation program that YOU can be a part of, no matter where you live.
We are happy to report the American White Pelican previously found in snowy South Lake Tahoe, California was successfully returned to his natural habitat. He was released after two weeks in care.
During this month of Merch Madness, Brown Pelican tees are $10 off! Featuring a trio of these incredible birds with vibrant breeding plumage. Lots of kids sizes.
Responding to the threat of a Bird Flu in our wildlife clinics continues to be daily challenge. Watch a video and learn how staff suits up to prevent spreading this deadly virus.
A recent snow storm blew an American White Pelican off course and into unfamiliar territory: the winter wonderland of South Lake Tahoe, California.
The event will be held in Berkeley, CA. Bird Rescue will be presenting Community Partner Awards, honoring our Volunteer of the Year, Wildlife Partner of the year, and our Civic Partner of the year.
Common Loons contaminated with natural seep were admitted into care. Despite their dirty feathers, these birds are at a healthy weight and have minimal injuries.