Reuters reports the two animals were found hundreds of miles north after being caught in the strong winds that battered the US east coast in October.
One bird, who is thought to have hailed from North Carolina, was found at a roadside in New Jersey's Fisherman's Memorial State Park on November 7, nine days after the storm hit the north-east state. The following day a second animal was found 120 miles south of Block Island by the crew of a fishing boat.
Jennifer Brooks, clinic director of the Wildlife Rehabilitators Association of Rhode Island, told the news agency: "They were a little bit thin, they were a little beat up from the storm.
"They do get pushed by these northward storms, so that's what happened to these guys. They should have been going south."
A private plane has been chartered for Saturday in order to take the birds to Mary Keller Seabird Rehabilitation Sanctuary in Florida.
The $2,000 flight cost will be paid for by public donations, Brooks added.
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