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State’s wild California Condor population hits 100

October 9th, 2010 · by Garrison Frost

Perhaps a┬áhundred California Condors flying free over the state doesn’t seem like a lot, but consider that in 1982 there were only 22. Great to see these birds bouncing back. Now let’s get 200 out there.

Categories: Bird conservation · Bird Habitat · California Condor · Endangered Species Act · Federal Policy

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