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December 7, 2010


December 7, 2010

South Bay Wildlife Rehabilitation is a crucial ally to wildlife in Southern California. From the smallest songbirds to the biggest raptors, the crew at SBWR have seen it all, and helped them all.

These people work really hard and are totally dedicated to both the welfare of the animals,
and to educating the public about them. The education birds in their program are a big hit at any outreach event, and serve as ambassadors to our wild neighbors. Children and adults alike are enchanted by the likes of Xena the hawk - not releasable into the wild, but an impressive spokesbird for wildlife - whenever she is present at an event.

The care that SBWR provides and the dedication to their patients and to their education birds is nothing short of amazing. From round-the-clock feedings to rehabilitative care, SBWR works tirelessly for the animals.

Please do anything and everything you can to help this wonderful nonprofit organization as they continue their fantastic work!

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I worked at Boeing in HB and we had a young barn owl get injured flying into a plexiglass window. SBWR took the bird and treated him, and released him into the wild when he was recovered.

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We are happy to have volunteers who help clean cages and enclosures, feed patients in our care, make repairs to or build new enclosures, pick up birds in need of help, and release those that are ready to return to the wild. These tasks can take from one to many hours, depending on the need. We pair tasks with volunteers’ interests and abilities.