More than 100 seabirds were rescued in San Pedro after getting slimed by a natural oil seep Wednesday.
After heavy rainfall and storms, workers at the International Bird Rescue's Los Angeles center splish-splashed and gave the oily birds a bath.
The storms likely disturbed a natural oil seep that made its way to the Central and California coasts.
More than 110 seabirds in all needed rescuing over the last two months.
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Western Grebes, Clark's Grebes, Red-throated Loons, and Surf Scoters were among the birds rescued.