International Bird Rescue Research Center
Rating: 5 stars 22 22 reviews
PO Box 2171 Long Beach CA 90801 USA
The International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBRRC) is dedicated to mitigating the human impact on aquatic birds and other wildlife, worldwide. This is achieved through emergency response, education, research and planning.
save seabirds from human-caused problems, from oil spills to marine debris and animal cruelty.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
over 5,000 birds at our wildlife centers and many more through spill response and disaster prevention throughout the world.
Geographic areas served:
California and throughout the world
Our mission encompasses expert wildlife rehabilitation, highly experienced oil spill emergency management, cutting-edge research and innovative outreach to the public.
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I've been working alongside International Bird Rescue's Oil Spill Response Team for many years. They are super dedicated group of folks that have worked on spills all over the world – including many where there was no reporting party and no funds were promised. When their team's are mobilized, they hit the ground running with the primary object of helping wildlife in distress.
The South Africa spill is a good testament of their passion and teamwork: http://bird-rescue.org/success-stories/saving-20,000-penguins.aspx
I have been working with International Bird Rescue for 13 years. They have always been an incredibly valuable resource to other Wildife Rehabilition centers and individuals throughout the state and country, in fact, internationally. My experience has been that they have always been kind, caring, incredibly hard working and worthy of great honor and respect. I love them as individuals and colleagues and feel because of them, thousands of waterbirds have been saved. They deserve the highest commendation.
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