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April 3, 2005

Spring has sprung!

Volunteers needed as orphaned ducklings arrive at IBRRC

Photo of orphaned ducklings

Orphaned ducklings need your help.

O rphaned ducklings are arriving at International Bird Rescue in Cordelia, signaling that spring has definitely arrived. Last year IBRRC volunteers successfully raised and released over 1,300 orphan ducklings and this year that number could rise even higher.

To prepare for the thousands of injured and orphaned waterfowl and aquatic birds brought in during their busiest time, spring and summer, volunteer orientations will be held monthly. The next class with sign-up instructions.

Anyone at least 18 years of age interested in volunteering should sign up for an orientation to learn more about the positions available in the hospital, office and Wings on Wheels program. Sign–up for an orientation on our website at http://www.ibrrc.org/volunteer_steps_nc.html or call 707-207-0380 ext. 109.

IBRRC's Northern California center is located at 4369 Cordelia Road, Cordelia, about a half a mile east of the Cordelia Fire Station, between Pittman and Link. And near the 680 and 80 highway interchange. Directions

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