Baby Californian condor on webcam


This video from the USA says about itself:

19 November 2014

Part I: Here They Soared
The history, decline, and recovery of the California Condor in North America.

Part II: The Recovery Begins
A look at the current efforts being undertaken by the Oregon Zoo—in conjunction with Zoo Partners—in the ongoing efforts at Condor recovery.

Part III: The Road Ahead
A look at the ongoing challenges facing condors in the wild…and the steps that everyone can take to minimize the risks to wild condors.

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA:

Watch Live As A Wild Condor Grows Up

For the first time, people who tuned in to the Lab’s live California Condor cam on the morning of April 4 got to see a condor chick hatch! The 22-year-old female condor, #111, and her 7-year-old mate, #509, are raising the chick hatched from a captive-bred egg produced by the California Condor Recovery Program. The pair’s own egg disappeared in March, most likely taken by a predator. The nest cave is located at the Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge in Ventura County, California.

Live Chat About The Condors

Visit the cam page to ask questions about the birds during a live online video chat with condor biologists on April 14, at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time/1:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

More Species, More Bird Cams To Enjoy

Check out the action on our other live cams: the Red-tailed Hawks and Barn Owls are incubating eggs, three Barred Owl chicks have just hatched, and the Great Horned Owl chicks are getting big. Watch for our live hummingbird cam coming online soon!

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