Nearly 300 seabirds in care at our San Francisco Bay Center after being contaminated by an unknown substance in SF Bay.
International Bird Rescue provides a hand-picked team of professional emergency managers, wildlife rehabilitators, biologists and veterinarians to manage each aspect of a wildlife response.
A legend in the world of oiled wildlife care, International Bird Rescue executive director Jay Holcomb died in June at age 63. You can be a part of his continued legacy.
Live from our San Francisco Bay center: A mix of pelagic birds, including Eared Grebes and Western Grebes.
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We've teamed up with our partners at Dawn Saves Wildlife to give a behind-the-scenes look at caring for oiled birds. Click here to find out more!
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|January 22, 2015 |
Lab Test Rules Out PIB – Mystery Goo Bird Rescue Continues
State lab tests today ruled out polyisobutylene (PIB) as the cause of the mystery goo that is injuring and killing birds in San Francisco Ba [...]
|January 20, 2015 |
Mystery goo continues to affect seabirds on San Francisco Bay
As crews continue to search the shoreline of San Francisco Bay for goo-fouled seabirds, the number of birds in care continues to climb. At l [...]
|January 19, 2015 |
Update: Mystery substance’s toll on Bay Area seabirds rises sharply
A contaminated Horned Grebe is washed at International Bird Rescue’s San Francisco Bay center, photos by Cheryl Reynolds FAIRFIELD, CA [...]
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