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Recent observations

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

codyhough

Date

August 4, 2015

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

mickeylong

Date

July 11, 2015

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(Somewhere...)

Description

At least four seen in flight and perched, high central part of ranch mtns., on tour.

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

rjadams55

Date

July 3, 2014

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Description

This was one of eight (!) California Condors that were found roosting on the cliffs under the Navajo Bridge and above the Colorado River. This individual (F1) is a seven year old wild male that was born in a nest above Tapeats Creek, AZ.

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

rjadams55

Date

February 24, 2012

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

rjadams55

Date

September 29, 2012

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

According to the kind folks at the California Condor Recovery Program, this individual is an adult female that was released at Pinnacles Natl. Monument, but now spends most of her time along the Big Sur coast. She is unusual in that she is part of a trio of condors nesting in the hollow of a large redwood. It is unknown if she is the biological mother, but she has helped incubate the egg and is now helping feed the chick. This is one of the very few instances of a trio of condors working together to raise a chick.

Photos / Sounds

What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

matty

Date

July 25, 2015 12:40 PM PDT

Place

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Description

I believe the tag is "42", making this "In-the-Red". He has a very interesting history (see mycondor.org).

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

charlie

Date

July 12, 2015 10:52 AM PDT

Place

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Description

! I think. White under wings.

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

swpip

Date

July 11, 2015 01:32 PM PDT

Place

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Description

Two CACO in a fir tree.

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California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

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jmaughn

Date

June 30, 2015

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

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crusty

Date

June 12, 2015

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Description

What a treat!

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

mdwhite

Date

June 13, 2015 07:25 AM PDT

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What

California Condor Gymnogyps californianus

Observer

mdwhite

Date

June 13, 2015 07:20 AM PDT

Place

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Description from Wikipedia

The California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) is a New World vulture, the largest North American land bird. This condor became extinct in the wild in 1987 (all remaining wild individuals were captured) but has been reintroduced to northern Arizona and southern Utah (including the Grand Canyon area and Zion National Park), coastal mountains of central and southern California, and northern Baja California. Although other fossil members are known, it is the only surviving member of the genus...

No range data available.