International Bird Rescue will be teaming up with Matson to offer an exciting in-person training in Anchorage, Alaska. The Tuesday and Wednesday trainings run from 8 AM – 5 PM.
A new Public Service Announcement (PSA) debuted this week featuring International Bird Rescue and Today’s Al Roker in connection with the release of the new Migration movie this Christmas.
This winter holiday season, celebrate the spirit of soaring resilience with our new Flying Free Tee, capturing the moment when a pelican takes flight into the boundless embrace of the wild.
On #GivingTuesday this year we hope to raise $40,000 to sustain clinic operations and respond to future wildlife crises – providing a lifeline for birds in need.
As a voice for birds in the times they need help the most, we are pleased to give Terry Fontenrose the Alice Berkner Award, the highest honor earned by an esteemed volunteer.
Sign me up to attend! As a token of our appreciation for your incredible International Bird Rescue support, we’re rolling out the red carpet with exclusive prizes at our Saturday, November 18 Taking Flight Fall Music Festival. It’s not just a giveaway; it’s a celebration of the community that makes moments like these truly special.
Get ready to treat your tastebuds at the Taking Flight Fall Music Festival. On Saturday, November 18th food trucks that will be serving up delicious bites throughout the day.
After four months in care at Bird Rescue’s Los Angeles Wildlife Center, the hard work paid off. Watch this waterbird’s rehabilitation journey from the very beginning!
From toe-tapping beats to sing-along classics, our festival promises a day filled with joy and rhythm. We can’t wait to share this musical journey with you and your loved ones!
Since August, a serious avian botulism outbreak affecting waterbirds has been unfolding in California’s Central Valley. Luckily for affected birds, there’s a plan in place.
The more you learn about Brown Pelicans, the more fascinating they become. At Bird Rescue, we’ve had the pleasure of treating pelicans year-round for more than 50 years. We could give infinite reasons why we love these birds, but we managed to narrow it down to five.
Brown Pelican banded C57 was released on December 16, 2009 after being unable to fly due to a wing injury, and is the first of our blue-banded pelicans to cross that big round number of 5,000 days back in the wild after leaving our care.
The Yes We Peli-CAN! 5K Walk/Run is finally here, and we are thrilled to see over 100 supporters registered across 13 states! In support of the teams in the running, Social Media Intern Annie Moore illustrated these vibrant and hilarious graphics, so you can download your favorite, and show the world who you are rooting for.
A flock of Canada Geese, who mistakenly landed in the sticky goo at La Brea Tar Pits, suffered serious injury and painful death on July 31. The few who were able to survive are now in care at International Bird Rescue.