This video from the USA is called California Condors in Arizona by the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
From Wildlife Extra:
Rubber Dodo award for US real estate developer who specialises in unsustainable development
Land Speculator Michael Winer Wins 2009 Rubber Dodo Award
November 2009. The Center for Biological Diversity has announced that the winner of its third annual Rubber Dodo Award is Michael Winer, portfolio manager for the giant real-estate investment firm Third Avenue Management, LLC (“TAREX”). The Rubber Dodo is awarded each year to the person who has done the most to drive endangered species extinct. The 2007 winner was Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne; the 2008 winner was Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.
TAREX – Destroying condor habitat
Winer is deserving of the 2009 award for his leadership of TAREX, the largest stockholder in companies developing the largest pieces of private land remaining in Southern California and Florida. These regions are also home to some the highest numbers of endangered species in North America. In California, TAREX is pushing the Tejon Ranch Company to pave over thousands of acres of federally designated California condor habitat. In Florida, TAREX is pushing the St. Joe Company to flood tens of thousands of acres of the Florida Panhandle with high-end developments.
Unsustainable, endangered-species-killing sprawl
“Under Winer’s money-obsessed leadership, TAREX has become the poster child for unsustainable, endangered-species-killing sprawl,” said Adam Keats, director of the Center’s Urban Wildlands Program. “He specializes in finding massive, remote estates far from urban centers and turning them into a sea of condos, malls, golf courses, and resorts. There is good reason that even Wall Street commonly calls TAREX a ‘real-estate vulture’.”
Chamber of Commerce awarded Rubber Dodo for being ‘one of the most environmentally destructive forces in America': here.