A trio of California Brown Pelicans are released by members of International Bird Rescue in the beachfront city of San Pedro, California. The three were among 50 rescued in by International Bird Rescue since April. More are expected to fly the coop in the weeks ahead. Rescue officials say the birds, instantly recognizable with their long, curved beaks, were emaciated, anemic and suffering from other ailments when they arrived at the group's aviaries in April. The group worries that rising ocean temperatures may be shrinking the birds' main food supply, fish.