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ON THE BLOG

May 28, 2015
Number of Oiled Seabirds Continues To Rise from Refugio Oil Pipeline Rupture

As the numbers of oiled animals affected by the Refugio Oil Incident continues to climb, our Los Angeles Center is ground zero for treating [...]

May 21, 2015
Working To Save Seabirds Affected by Santa Barbara Oil Spill

The International Bird Rescue (IBR) has teams on the ground helping with the search and collection of oiled wildlife at the Refugio Incident [...]

May 09, 2015
Patient of the Week: Common Loon

A Common Loon, our patient of the week, was rescued with a fish hook injury and is in care at our San Francisco Bay Center. The Loon was fou [...]

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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Who We Are

A 3-minute video on our team's lifesaving work.

The Annual Report

A comprehensive look at our accomplishments.

How Does International Bird Rescue Help Oiled Birds?

Learn about the process of rehabilitating oiled birds.

Why Retain International Bird Rescue?

Learn what makes International Bird Rescue a global expert in bird rescue and rehabilitation.