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ON THE BLOG

February 02, 2015
132 seabirds, once covered in goo, still need your help

Dear friends, On behalf of my entire team, I’d like to thank all of you for supporting our work rescuing hundreds of seabirds affected by th [...]

January 27, 2015
Alert: First Release Mystery Goo Birds Scheduled For Wednesday @ 10 AM

Great news: We’ll be releasing the first birds cleaned of mystery goo near Golden Gate Bridge in Sausalito on Wednesday, January 28 @ [...]

January 26, 2015
Mystery Goo Response: Over 320 Birds Admitted; Donations Still Needed

Clean birds: Surf Scoters after washing. Photos by Russ Curtis – International Bird Rescue Dear Supporters, It has been more than a week now [...]

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