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Wings on Wheels

Because of IBRRC's expertise in seabird care, the clinic receives birds from other rehabilitation centers who don't have the caging, pools or time needed to provide the specialized care aquatic birds require.

We also receive calls from veterinary offices, animal shelters and citizens who have a bird but don't have the ability to transport it. That's when we call our Wings on Wheels volunteers. Transporters, like ambulance drivers, are very important. Just like humans in a medical crisis, time is of the essence for birds as well. We also need volunteers who are willing and able to rescue birds in distress.

If your commute takes you near where the 80 and 680 meet, why drive alone? Bring a feathered friend! Time requirement is approximately three hours per week or as needed. If you can provide this valuable service, please contact us by e-mail and tell us what area you want to cover. Spring and summer are our busiest times and when we need the most transporters.

We need transporters who pick up birds from the following areas and bring them to our clinic in Cordelia (Solano County):

Contra Costa County
San Francisco
Napa County
Sacramento, Davis and areas north and south
Santa Rosa
Palo Alto

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