Condors to be released into the wild on cam

condor-cam-empty.jpgFour endangered California condors are scheduled to be released at 10 a.m. by Ventana Wildlife Society biologists in collaboration with the Oakland Zoo. The Oakland Zoo's condor cam in the hills above Big Sur will show the release. Not there's necessarily much to see. They open the door and the big birds emerge and maybe fly away. The condor cam has gotten some nice if graphic footage before though.

Previously at Native Intelligence:
Passion for condors begets passionate condors

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