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Bird Cams Nov 4
The curtains have closed on the 2019 Condor cam, but we're happy to share that we received a report about fledgling #980's 120-day health check! The young condor's blood tests came back with low lead levels, and his DNA results confirm that he's a... MALE. 💙 Good luck #980!
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Phyl Nov 4
Loved this season. I enjoyed living on the "edge" everyday watching the experiments with jumping and flying. Soar on #980.
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Condor Cam Nov 4
Replying to @bruisermom @USFWS and 2 others
Yes! Awaiting word from USFWS; hoping to hear today actually.
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Transplanted Northerner Nov 4
😪💔 thank you for all your efforts. Looking forward to next matting season
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GirlillaOwl Girl Nov 4
May you live a long and productive life, #980!! It was fun watching you grow into a confident fledgling. You will be missed! ☺️🥰
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alc Nov 4
What a special chick this one was. They are all so different but this one was the most adventurous one I have watched. Thank you to everyone involved in bringing us this wonderful experience.
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Chris S. Nov 4
What!?! Nooooooo, it can’t be time to go! Busy all weekend and now’s my first chance to check in—& this is what I’m faced with?? Well, it’s been fun, thanks to ALL for everything! Fly high, fly free, beloved #980. I’ll be looking for you! 😍
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vjmsn Nov 4
Thanks for the update. Devils, Hutton and now Pole nests under my belt. I might actually know a little about condors now. I'll be watching for the next family on cam.
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Condor Cam Nov 4
And that’s a wrap! As young #980 spends more time off-cam & our hardware issues keep increasing, we’re calling a close to the 2019 season! Thx to our for great observations and passion, to , , & for being great partners!
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Holly Martins Nov 4
Thanks for the heads-up! #980 was actually there on the cavity rim from the time the outside cam started working again (about 7:15 local), then flew off about 1h later (straight down left, as usual). Didn't notice any other activity before the cam quit again (after 16:00).
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Condor Cam Oct 31
The cavity and cross-canyon cams are both offline at the moment. Thanks for you patience as we work to resolve these technical issues and get the cams back to streaming live!
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Chris S. Oct 30
10/30, 13:58 - 980 hanging out on nest ledge... the winds in are just blasting, so happy to see our favorite chick safe & sound this afternoon.
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Condor Cam Oct 28
12:38 10/28 Dad departing the nest cavity.
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Cornell Lab Oct 27
As a kid in the 1980s, he went looking for the last of the California Condors. Thirty years later, a second road trip showed just how much had changed. More proof that we really can when we work together.
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Condor Cam Oct 27
9:28 10/27 Condor departing from the cliff face this morning.
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Condor Cam Oct 26
12:26 10/26 Condor #908 is posing pretty in the nest cavity.
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Chris S. Oct 25
10/25, 13:50:10 - cam froze momentarily, and Dad #262 appears in nest cavity with #980! At 14:09, the allopreening begins! Adorable! 😍 (Dad still there @ 14:30...)
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Condor Cam Oct 24
12:54 10/24 Mom (#563) also visited the nest cavity today.
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Condor Cam Oct 24
8:47 10/24 Posing with dad after breakfast.
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Condor Cam Oct 24
8:30 10/24 Fledgling #980 starts wing begging as soon as dad peeks his head around the side edge of the nest cavity.
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