In 2020, Ferdinand (652) paired with female Pinnacles National Park Condor (550). The two nested together in a redwood cavity in Big Sur and hatched their first chick, Condor (1030). This nest site was so high up that biologists had a difficult time spotting the chick until it was old enough to climb out of the cavity and explore other branches on the tree. Condor (1030) fledged in the middle of the 2020 fall season. Unfortunately, shortly after fledging, Condor (1030) disappeared. Biologists searched near and far, and after a year was deemed missing in the wild.