Pelican News 1. “Pelican Nesting Season is Underway” - National Geographic 2. “Hundreds of Pelicans Found Dead in Oregon” - Oregon Live 3. “New Study Shows Pelicans May Be Struggling to Adapt to Climate Change” - The Guardian Pelican Articles 1. “A Closer Look at the Magnificent Brown Pelican” - Audubon 2. “The Fascinating Habits of Pelicans” - Bird Watcher's Digest 3. “Conservation Efforts to Help Pelicans” - Defenders of Wildlife Pelican Videos 1. “Pelicans: The Magnificent Bird in Flight” - BBC Earth 2. “The Story of the California Brown Pelican” - National Geographic 3. “Pelican Migration: An Amazing Journey” - Smithsonian Channel
Brown Pelican banded C57 was released on December 16, 2009 after being unable to fly due to a wing injury, and is the first of our blue-banded pelicans to cross that big round number of 5,000 days back in the wild after leaving our care.
The more you learn about Brown Pelicans, the more fascinating they become. At Bird Rescue, we’ve had the pleasure of treating pelicans year-round for more than 50 years. We could give infinite reasons why we love these birds, but we managed to narrow it down to five. Here are five reasons we are a voice for pelicans.
This holiday season, celebrate the spirit of soaring resilience with our new Flying Free Tee, capturing the moment when a pelican takes flight into the boundless embrace of the wild.
This winter holiday season, celebrate the spirit of soaring resilience with our new Flying Free Tee, capturing the moment when a pelican takes flight into the boundless embrace of the wild.
Dramatic photos and video capture the semiaquatic mammals attacking Brown Pelicans in Point Reyes National Seashore, a behavior documented only once before but that is becoming increasingly common in...
This February, we’re bringing back the iconic Pelican Love cards for you to give to your special someone. Whether you are lovebirds, or you just love birds, these handwritten cards are the perfect Valentine’s Day gift.
Volunteer Mary Lawrence Test found herself in an unexpected yet familiar role when she discovered a distressed Brown Pelican on the beach with multiple fish hooks on her body. Learn more about this recent heroic rescue in Mary’s words.