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April 1, 2020

Here Come The Baby Birds!

Orphaned ducklings are some of the baby birds we will enter into care this spring.

Dear Bird Rescue Supporter,

Our doors are still open for wildlife and that’s a good thing. Baby bird season is quickly upon us and we will need your help to keep them fed and cared for!

We need to raise $5,000 and if you donate today your donation will be DOUBLED by an anonymous donor!

Thank you for ALL your support during these uncertain times. It’s what keeps us moving forward. As always, your generous support is much appreciated!

Be well and please take care of your brood, too,

JD Bergeron
Executive Director
International Bird Rescue

P.S. – We also have another eight oiled Western Grebes coming into care this week – rescued from the natural oil seep that is prevalent along the coast in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.

May 19, 2009

Something to quack about: Orphaned ducklings

It’s orphaned duckling season here at IBRRC. You can help us care for the thousands of these aquatic birds we raise each year.

It’s only 25 bucks and you get a adoption certificate. The good vibe after your adoption lasts soooo much longer.

Go >> Adopt-a-Duckling.

May 2, 2009

So many mouths to feed: Adopt a duckling

With Mother’s Day just around the corner (Sunday, May 10th) you may be scratching your head wondering what gift to get dear old Mom. How about adopting a duckling? For $25 you’ll make mom proud. The adoption also includes a certificate suitable for framing.

For $75 you can also gift a clutch of ducklings.

The adoptions help us care for more hungry, orphaned ducklings at both of our California bird centers. So far this year we’ve received over 300 ducklings.

Click on the PayPal donation link to the far right >> or see our adoption page on the IBRRC website.

Also hear:

Radio interview with Jay Holcomb on Duckling adoptions
MP3 Format 1.9 MB

March 28, 2009

Help needed: Adopt a duckling!

Spring is finally upon us and that means one thing at IBRRC: Ducklings!

This year we’re again asking the public to help us pay for the cost of raising these orpahaned ducklings. Each year we receive thousands of these adorable little water birds. They have huge appetites and if you can help us out, we’d be more than thankful.

For as little as $25 you can adopt here or use the new PayPal widget to make a contribution. >> See on the upper right >>

Thanks from all of us at IBRRC…where the birds come first.

April 16, 2008

Make Mom proud, adopt a duckling!

Mother’s Day just around the corner and have we got the perfect gift idea: Adopt a orphaned duckling!

She doesn’t have to care for it, wash it or feed it; IBRRC will do all the work. She’ll get a nice certificate and photo to show her you really care about these adorable little birds. Besides, haven’t you given her every pot holder known to motherkind? Or taken her to Marie Callenders or Applebees enough in the last few years?

The duckling adoption costs $25 or adopt a clutch of ducklings for $75 and really make her proud. We take credit cards online or you can download an adoption form and send in a check. Adoption info

Last year IBRRC raised about 1,500 ducklings brought to our California bird centers. They take a lot of care, eat a ton of duck food and IBRRC relies on the public’s help to cover the cost.

Help us make a difference in the lives of these wonderful waterfowl and give mom something to remember on May 11th.