Vote for International Bird Rescue's 2018 Bird of the Year!
Help us choose our Bird of the Year by voting for your favorite patient!
Please vote for one:
Tundra Swan - Rescued from the Camp Fire area, this swan was rehabilitated and successfully released after a month in care at our SF Bay-Delta wildlife center.
Mara the Murre - Poster child for the E-murre-gency crisis, Mara is now back in the wild with dozens of other young murres that flooded our SF Bay-Delta wildlife center in August
The Littlest Pelican - This small but resilient Brown Pelican was found attempting to feed in a backyard koi pond during the May Pelican Crash. She arrived at Bird Rescue weighing only 2480g, but gained over 1000g before she was released in June.
Baby Belted Kingfisher - A Bird Rescue first: this Belted Kingfisher was raised at our SF Bay-Delta wildlife center from hatchling to release and inspired creativity in our staff to create specialized enclosures to keep it comfortable.
Brown Booby - Rescued off a beach in Oregon, this Brown Booby traveled to our L.A. wildlife center via Alaskan Air to prepare for release closer to its natural range.
Orphaned Green Heron - This young bird exemplifies the good that comes when one person takes action. A member of the public rescued this Green Heron from drowning and kept it warm and safe until it could be brought to us at Bird Rescue.
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