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ON THE BLOG

August 28, 2014
Devastating fish hook injuries, but a pelican’s pluck prevails

Photos by Kelly Berry This Brown Pelican was brought to our Los Angeles center on August 18 from the Long Beach area, where it was found wra [...]

August 27, 2014
NatGeo: Icelandic seabird colonies in peril

Photo by Frans Lanting, National Geographic Troubling news out of Iceland, the world’s primary breeding ground for such amazing seabir [...]

August 27, 2014
Released! White-faced Ibis

Photos by Cheryl Reynolds The White-faced Ibis who graced our online birdcam has been released! As you may remember, this juvenile bird was [...]

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