BRC’s New Home

Join us on an incredible journey to make our dream of a new Bird Rescue Center a reality. With your help we will expand our reach and treat thousands more birds with the best medical care possible, as well as inspire and educate both young and old about the value and beauty of our winged neighbors.

BRC’s New Home

Join us on an incredible journey to make our dream of a new Bird Rescue Center a reality. With your help we will expand our reach and treat thousands more birds with the best medical care possible, as well as inspire and educate both young and old about the value and beauty of our winged neighbors.

Our work in providing emergency medical care for our native wild birds means we are an essential service.
If you feel you have a bird in need, call us at (707) 523-2473 first!
We have a skeleton crew so, if needed, please leave a message and we will contact you as soon as possible.
We hope you and your loved ones remain healthy during this time, and remember, we’re still here to help!
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How You Can Help
BRC's Relocation

Found a bird?

Here’s some basic guidelines to help with rescuing a bird

Download our flyers:
You’ve found a baby bird. Now what? (PDF)
Usted ha encontrado un pájaro bebé. ¿Ahora qué? (PDF)

Remember, wild birds are not pets. They are naturally frightened of humans and it is also against the law to keep them in your home without a permit. As a rescuer of an injured or orphaned wild bird you play a very important role. It is essential that the bird receives professional care as soon as possible. With fractures and breaks, the longer the injury remains untreated, the more difficult it is to fix. Particularly with young birds, dehydration and starvation are quick to set in… read more →

Found a bird?

Here’s some basic guidelines to help with rescuing a bird

Download our flyers:
You’ve found a baby bird. Now what? (PDF)
Usted ha encontrado un pájaro bebé. ¿Ahora qué? (PDF)

Remember, wild birds are not pets. They are naturally frightened of humans and it is also against the law to keep them in your home without a permit. As a rescuer of an injured or orphaned wild bird you play a very important role. It is essential that the bird receives professional care as soon as possible. With fractures and breaks, the longer the injury remains untreated, the more difficult it is to fix. Particularly with young birds, dehydration and starvation are quick to set in… read more →

Education & Outreach

Through our educational presentations we interact with children and adults, sharing age-appropriate information about our local birds, and the human impacts on our environment and the birds that share it.

Are you a teacher, parent or event coordinator?

Arrange a field trip to BRC — or a visit to your school, business or for your upcoming event! Use our easy online Education Program Request Form.

Education & Outreach

Through our educational presentations we interact with children and adults, sharing age-appropriate information about our local birds, and the human impacts on our environment and the birds that share it.

Are you a teacher, parent or event coordinator?

Arrange a field trip to BRC — or a visit to your school, business or for your upcoming event! Use our easy online Education Program Request Form.

Featured Video Independence Day

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Rebuilding a falcon

Rebuilding a Peregrine
Peregrine falcons are the fastest animals on earth, diving at speeds of 200 mph or more to strike prey in flight. This bird came to BRC with a broken right clavicle… read more →

Hummingbird

Video: Your support saves Hummingbirds!
This video features three baby hummingbirds successfully released. We hope you enjoy seeing what goes on behind the scenes in our avian wildlife hospital… read more →

Become an Ambassador Guardian!
Your generous donation to our Guardianship project helps provide food, housing, care and medical treatment for these amazing birds!… read more →

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