• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Plans underway to reintroduce condors at Redwood NP, elsewhere in region

The majestic California condor once soared over western North America from British Columbia to Mexico before it was driven to the brink of extinction. In 1985, only 22 of the birds remained.

Now, more than a decade into work to return the California condor to some of its native territories, a roadmap is in place to reintroduce the birds to the Pacific Northwest that includes a proposed condor release facility in Redwood National Park.

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