The links below provide specific location information.
|Location||Google Maps||Google Earth|
|• South Rim of the Grand Canyon||Map||.kml|
|• Navajo Bridge||Map||.kml|
|• Vermilion Cliffs National Monument||Map||.kml|
|• Zion National Park||Map||.kml|
Watch as 352 leaves the kennel, takes in her surroundings, gives a quick rouse, and takes flight when biologist Aaron Wuori releases her after treatment for elevated lead. 453 gets released as well after treatment. E. Feltes video.
Biologist Shaun Putz releases 12-yr-old condor 203 after a quick transmitter change. E. Feltes video.
Condors feeding in the Trap -----not for the squeamish
Soar with a condor in 40+ mph winds, and witness a territorial mid-air strike delivered from another adult male bird in this 46 second video clip. E. Feltes video.
A close encounter with an adult condor soaring in extreme winds (you may want to mute the volume on this one because of the wind distortion). E. Feltes video.
This video was taken by biologist Eddie Feltes as Andria Kroner, also a biologist for The Peregrine Fund, released condor 293 after a successful health check-up and transmitter replacement.
Read more condor news at The Peregrine Fund's California Condor project page.