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ON THE BLOG

August 31, 2014
Lessons learned (or ignored) from the Passenger Pigeon’s fate

John W. Fitzpatrick, executive director of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, writes one of the finest op-eds of the year, a stirring call to a [...]

August 29, 2014
Patient of the week: Ashy Storm Petrel

Storm Petrels belong to the order Procellariiformes, which includes such seabirds as fulmars and albatrosses. One of six storm petrel specie [...]

August 29, 2014
We’re hiring!

International Bird Rescue is currently accepting applications for a part-time rehabilitation technician position at our San Francisco Bay wi [...]

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Blue-Banded Pelicans

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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.