Doug Giraldo, rescue and release coordinator at the Pelican Harbor Seabird Station, released pelicans to the wild ahead of Hurricane Irma. After consulting with veterinarians, staff members determined healthy pelicans would be safer in the wild.
Doug Giraldo, rescue and release coordinator at the Pelican Harbor Seabird Station, released pelicans to the wild ahead of Hurricane Irma. After consulting with veterinarians, staff members determined healthy pelicans would be safer in the wild. Courtesy of Christopher Boykin
Doug Giraldo, rescue and release coordinator at the Pelican Harbor Seabird Station, released pelicans to the wild ahead of Hurricane Irma. After consulting with veterinarians, staff members determined healthy pelicans would be safer in the wild. Courtesy of Christopher Boykin

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