So Many Birds To Celebrate This Year!
Dear Bird Rescue Supporter,
As this year comes to an end, we want to remind you that we have a lot to celebrate in 2019!
With your support, our accomplishments became yours:
• In July our team mobilized as a mission of mercy to rescue nearly 100 baby Herons and Egrets from a fallen tree in Oakland.
• Because of a band return, we learned that an oiled King Eider from a spill in 1996 we helped rescue, treat and release, lived another 23 years in the wild. From all reports, this beautifully colored male sea duck may be the oldest lived King Eider. This band return underscored our long held belief that properly treated oiled birds can and will live long lives beyond capture and cleaning.
• With loving, restorative care, a majestic Brown Pelican with severe pouch laceration is again back in the wild.
Before time runs out, won’t you make one more tax-deductible gift this year?
With your encouragement and generous donations, our life saving work will continue to grow in 2020!
With best wishes for a Happy New Year,
International Bird Rescue