PHSS Blog

Anhinga Broken Wing

A few weeks ago we received an Anhinga that was unable to fly. Anhinga’s (sometimes called snakebirds) are diving birds that mostly live in slow […]Read Article

Peli Rescue

Just like most clinics, PHSS accepts walk-in patients such as the one seen here. Jan, Operation Manager, spotted a fishing hook on the juvenile’s wing […]Read Article

Black-bellied Plover

The Black-bellied Plover breeds widely in the high Arctic of North America and Eurasia and overwinters over a broad latitudinal range—equally at home in temperate […]Read Article

An Interns Perspective

Before coming to Pelican Harbor Seabird Station I always had an interest in animals; dogs, cats, anything you could pick up without a fight. I […]Read Article

CLINIC to RELEASE to FREEDOM

Patient 333 joined us at Pelican Harbor Seabird Station on March 16th, 2017 after a member of the public found it on its balcony. This […]Read Article

Gopher Tortoises

Gopher Tortoises are native reptiles that can that occupy upland habitat throughout Florida including forests, pastures, and yards. They can live 40 to 60 years […]Read Article
Page 3 of 5«12345»