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Today's BirdCam Stars: Pelagic Pool

The White-faced Ibis is doing well and enjoying making a muddy mess in her enclosure, and we have taken her out of the spotlight in order to show you more babies. Here you see one of our pelagic pools, which is currently full of sea birds, including Common Murre chicks and adults, Pigeon Guillemot chicks, and several Northern Fulmars. Enjoy!

Baby bird season is slowing down at the San Francisco Bay center and we will be shifting our focus to more sea-going birds. This year, our SF Bay center has already seen more birds than in all of 2014! With donor help, we successfully raise, rehabilitate and release many species of aquatic birds, including Geese, Dabbling and Diving Ducks, Grebes, Cormorants, Herons and Egrets, Pelicans, Murres and Guillemots (Alcids), Tubenoses, and a variety of Shorebirds. Please donate to support our birds in recovery.

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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