Author: Russ Curtis

You’re Invited to the October 26th Night-Heron Masquerade in San Francisco

Russ Curtis- September 6, 2019

Calling all night birds to join us for an upbeat Bird Rescue celebration on Saturday, October 26th from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m., on the ... Read More

Conquer the Bridge with team Yes We Peli-CAN!

Russ Curtis- March 24, 2019

The Bird Rescue 2018 runners team Yes We Peli-CAN! Early bird registration is now open for Conquer the Bridge 2019. Join Bird Rescue team Yes ... Read More

Update Two Crises: 2nd Team Deployed to South Africa, Rising Number of California Oiled Birds

Russ Curtis- March 15, 2019

An orphaned Lesser Flamingo chick is fed during South Africa waterbird response. As two avian crises, on two continents, continues to unfold, International Bird Rescue ... Read More

Two Crises – Two Continents

Russ Curtis- March 10, 2019

A tiny Lesser Flamingo chick is among the thousands of birds dramatically rescued in South Africa. Photo ©SANCCOB International Bird Rescue is responding to two ... Read More

Event: Albatross Adventures: Finding Wisdom on Midway Atoll – March 28 in Berkeley, CA

Russ Curtis- March 5, 2019

Learn more about seabirds in the Bay Area and throughout the world! Sign up now This engaging evening on Thursday, March 28, 2019 in Berkeley, ... Read More

New Board Member: Dr. Maria K. Hartley

Russ Curtis- February 24, 2019

Maria K. Hartley, PhD International Bird Rescue is pleased to welcome Dr. Maria K. Hartley to its Board of Directors. Dr. Hartley brings a wealth ... Read More

Seabirds Oiled By Natural Seep Along California Coast Flood Los Angeles Center

Russ Curtis- February 19, 2019

A Western Grebe oiled by natural seep is cleaned at the Los Angeles Wildlife Center. Photo: Bill Steinkamp Since the beginning of 2019, more than ... Read More