This video from the USA is called Flying giants–rare California condors return to Utah skies.
Lead bullet ban to aid Condor recovery
The conservation of California Condor Gymnogyps californianus – one of America’s most high-profile reintroduction projects – has received a helping hand from a 270,000-acre ranch that is home to the state’s largest private hunting program.
Tejon Ranch Company, working with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Audubon California (BirdLife in the US) have announced they are to discontinue the use of lead hunting ammunition on their privately-owned ranch in California’s Tehachapi Mountains.
California Condor has declined rapidly throughout the 20th century, so much so that in 1987 the species became extinct in the wild when the last six wild individuals were captured to join a captive-breeding recovery programme.
Conservationists have attributed this drastic population decline principally to persecution and accidental lead ingestion from shot carcasses.
Today the wild population numbers some 70 reintroduced individuals.
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