Pelican Harbor Seabird Station is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick, injured or orphaned brown pelicans, seabirds and other native wildlife; and the preservation and protection of these species through educational and scientific means.
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Pelican Harbor Seabird Station
was founded in 1980 for the purpose of caring for injured brown pelicans and has grown into an internationally recognized center for seabird rehabilitation.

In recent years we have grown to accept most native wildlife, with an emphasis on native birds. More than 119 native species were treated in 2016 and over 300 species of birds have been treated since our inception. We provide a variety of services for our community.

  • Wildlife Rehabilitation
  • Education
  • Conservation Research
  • Outreach
  • Wildlife Rescue
  • Resolving Human-Wildlife Conflicts

  • Our facility is open to visitors daily from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM every day of the week, including weekends.
  • If you would like a guided tour, or would like to bring more than 6 people, please call in advance at 305-751-9840.
  • Parking and admission are free, although donations are gratefully accepted.
  • Our facility is handicap accessible, fun and educational for all ages.
Injured Wildlife

We accept all injured native wildlife, including mammals and reptiles, but no dogs, cats or other domesticated pets.

Injured animals can be dropped off 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

If you have found an injured animal that you believe needs help, please bring it in or call us at 305-751-9840.

Pelican Talk | Winter 2017
Pelican Harbor Seabird Station Newsletter. Issued December 2017  
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Hurricane Irma Update
Seabird Station Staff and Volunteers Worked Tirelessly to Protect Patients Before, During and After the Storm
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Pelican Talk | Summer 2017
Pelican Harbor Seabird Station Newsletter. Issued June 2017
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