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June 30, 2015
The Release Files: Black Rail

A Black Rail is back again where it belongs – hiding in nature. Staff from our San Francisco Bay Center released the hatchling year Black Ra [...]

June 27, 2015
The Release Files: Clean Western Grebe from Refugio Oil Spill

On Friday our team in Southern California released a rehabilitated Western Grebe from the Refugio Oil Spill. This is the first non-Pelican a [...]

June 13, 2015
First Brown Pelicans Released At Goleta Beach Following Refugio Oil Spill

Dear Bird Rescue Supporter, There’s nothing quite like a bird release to stir your soul. On Friday we happily helped release the first 10 cl [...]


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