California condor, gymnogyps californianus
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The last known California condor in the wild was captured a year ago.
Seconds later she was joined by a boy dressed as a California condor.
Efforts to save the California condor rest with the captive breeding program.
In addition the park is home to the California condor through re-introduction program by several international agencies.
The yellow-bellied sapsucker gets 24, and the California condor 36.
The California condor, with a wingspan of nine feet, was once nearly extinct.
The California Condor has a long life span, reaching up to 60 years.
It may even have been a subspecies of the California Condor.
A California Condor re-establishment program has been in place since 2003.
The program is designed to breed California condors to be released into the wild and save them from extinction.
California condors, which are scavengers, have wing spans of up to 10 feet.
At that time, only 27 California condors remained.
Its skull dwarfs that of a California condor, below.
The buzzard and the California condor are native carrion-feeding birds.
This compact grove offers a rare look at a truly old growth forest where California condors have, and may once again live.
While on that body, he worked on recovery of the California Condor population.
California condors, which dwell on cliffs, have been on the endangered list since 1967.
California condors have existed in the wild with no predators and, as a result, no real natural fears.
They just opened the California Condor exihibit; one of the few places in the world to view these huge birds.
In 1993 the first of what would be three California Condor breeding barns was constructed.
The critically endangered California Condor has also been affected by lead poisoning.
The manned strategic bomber is going the way of the giant panda and the California condor.
Koford began his field work about the California Condor in March 1939.
The center is currently breeding the very rare California condor, among many other rare and endangered species.
The California Condor can occasionally be seen, since the endangered bird was released back into the wild in 1992.
Colpocephalum californici, parasite of the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus).
California Condor Gymnogyps californianus in California.
The California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) currently restricted to western coastal mountains of the United States and Mexico.
The California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) is a New World vulture, the largest North American land bird.
Andean Condor (Vultur gryphus) and California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) is a two living members of the New World Vultures.
Probably most famous among them is the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus), for whom the United States Forest Service established the Sespe Condor Sanctuary.
The only larger species of raptor-like bird is the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus), a New World vulture which today are not generally considered a taxonomic ally of true accipitrids.
In 1997, the Ventana Wildlife Society began releasing captive-bred California Condors (Gymnogyps californianus) in Big Sur, and a nest was discovered in a redwood tree in 2006.
Besides the Steller's Sea Eagle, the larger species of Old World vulture and the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) are the only noticeably larger raptorial birds that a Golden Eagle may encounter.
Only some Old World vultures and the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) (among the other raptorial birds this eagle co-exists with) are distinctly larger, with longer, broader wings, typically held more evenly in a slower, less forceful flight and often have dramatically different color patterns.
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