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.
The threat to wild birds is real: Bird Flu, known to the scientific community as Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI), has emerged in 2022 as a serious and deadly threat to birds in a changing world.
There’s no greater feeling as a wildlife professional than to see one of your former patients back in the is wild thriving – especially nearly 6 years later. A case in point is a Brown Pelican with blue band X39.
Join us on November 29 in taking action for the birds this holiday season. Together, we hope to raise $40,000 on Giving Tuesday to support waterbird rescue and rehabilitation.
Bird Rescue was activated this week through California’s Oiled Wildlife Care Network (OWCN). Canada geese recovered at the incident site arrived into care at our center in Fairfield, CA.
The Wonderful World of Blue e-book is aimed at connecting kids to nature. It was created in collaboration with International Bird Rescue and The Marine Mammal Center.
Thanks to local spotter, the bird was spotted with a group of 50 other Elegant Terns along the shore at Elsie Roemer Bird Sanctuary in Alameda CA.
Nobody could predict that Genyss Duncan would be spending her internship working on the frontlines of a major seabird crisis.
More than 160 individuals from 13 countries, representing 60 wildlife organizations, state agencies, universities, and oil industry groups, attended the 14th Effects of Oil on Wildlife (EOW) 2022 Conference.