Every Bird Matters
news and views from international bird rescue

November 27, 2007

Released birds now total 231

More than 231 cleaned birds have been released back in the wild. Birds are being set free at Heart’s Desire Beach in Tomales Bay. This at the Point Reyes National Seashore area about 40 miles north of San Francisco.

As of November 26, 1,060 oiled birds arrived live to the bird center in Cordelia. A total of 782 have been washed of oil.

At least 1,693 dead birds have been collected in the field.

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8 Responses to “Released birds now total 231”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I’m curious if any birds were harmed in the recent paint spill on the bay…

  2. harleyblues Says:

    just a smile for you!

  3. Contemplations - Your Part Says:

    COOL!!! great job ppl!

  4. astrogalaxy Says:

    It’s always sad whenever there’s a oil spill. Poor birds…

  5. Alakaline Says:

    kudos to those doing this kind of work!


  6. Goldfinch Says:

    Well done all involved, great work.
    Julie, Wales xx

  7. dan Says:

    Thanks for your efforts!

  8. makeadifference462 Says:

    Because of the recent oil spills, I think that people have made a commendable effort in the restoring the birds back to a natural, clean environment. There are many organizations that i particularly are amazed by because of their support in helping this cause. The International Bird Rescue Research Center has been helping birds for many years. They have saved many and because of this group, many birds have been given life. After spills, many people don’t seem to see the birds and try to figure out other things that they believe to be more important but birds are extremely.



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