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Today's BirdCam Stars: Scaups, Goldeneyes and Surf Scoters

Recently cleaned Scaups, Common Goldeneyes, and Surf Scoters fill our BirdCam pelagic pool. All of these birds are from the East Bay mystery goo event. We have a dozen pools filled with recovering seabirds at International Bird Rescue's San Francisco Bay center.

Have any questions? Use the chat box to the right and we'll do our best to answer them as soon as we are able. And tell a fellow bird lover about BirdCam! Thanks for the support.

Not seeing any birds? The bird or birds featured may be undergoing exams, or staff/volunteers may currently be cleaning their pools or enclosures. If so, check back again soon! Our BirdCam operates seven days a week, normally from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day from the San Francisco Bay Center in Fairfield, CA.

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