Thursday, March 3, 2016

For the first time in decades, the odds are looking more in the California Condors’ favor

After more than 35 years of flirting with extinction, the California Condor is finally due for a success story.
 2015 was the first year in decades in which the number of chicks hatched and raised in the wild outweighed the number of wild condor deaths—14 births to 12 deaths: a sign that these pink-faced beauties are on a steady track to recovery.
From: Audubon

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