Intern Julie Wheeler puts a common murre into a forced-air drier Thursday, Sept. 24, at the International Bird Rescue facility in Fairfield.. Within the last month more than 250 of these sea birds have been brought to the rescue center, said spokesman Russ Curtis.  “They’re just down to feather and bone,” he says.
Intern Julie Wheeler puts a common murre into a forced-air drier Thursday, Sept. 24, at the International Bird Rescue facility in Fairfield.. Within the last month more than 250 of these sea birds have been brought to the rescue center, said spokesman Russ Curtis. “They’re just down to feather and bone,” he says. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Intern Julie Wheeler puts a common murre into a forced-air drier Thursday, Sept. 24, at the International Bird Rescue facility in Fairfield.. Within the last month more than 250 of these sea birds have been brought to the rescue center, said spokesman Russ Curtis. “They’re just down to feather and bone,” he says. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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September 24, 2015 1:00 AM

Rescue center overwhelmed with starving seabirds; rising ocean temperatures cited

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