International Bird Rescue Research Center

International Bird Rescue Research Center

International Bird Rescue was formed to provide the expertise and capacity needed to save oiled aquatic birds in emergency situations. Our highly trained staff and dedicated volunteers ensure that each bird receives expert and compassionate care.

Every bird matters.

We save birds’ lives around the world by:

Responding to wildlife impacted by oil spills and providing expertise in planning and training to government agencies, oil industry personnel, wildlife groups and volunteers.
Taking action during wildlife disasters, such as red tides and algal blooms, when no other resources are available.
Caring for oiled, injured and orphaned aquatic birds year-round at our two rescue centers in California.
Conducting ongoing research into the most effective and bird-friendly ways to save lives.
Training organizations and individuals around the world who are committed to rescuing seabirds.
Inspiring the next generation by educating them about our life-saving work and the plight of the birds we care for.

The information above can be found on the official website of International Bird Rescue Research Center. For more details about the organization and to find out how you can volunteer, please visit their website:

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