Sarah Olivero was named avian hospital administrator at Save Our Seabirds (SOS).
Olivero has been an avian hospital technician for nearly three years at SOS and recently received her Class III Wildlife Rehabilitation Permit from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
“I am very excited about the future at Save Our Seabirds,” said Olivero in a prepared statement. “We are treating more birds than ever before while adding new educational and research programs that will hopefully teach people how to avoid injuring birds and maybe even help create the next generation of environmentalists.”
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