Willow (1141) draws her name from the endangered Willow Flycatcher, a bird known for its remarkable agility and lively flight patterns. The Willow Flycatcher is characterized by its active nature, frequently exhibiting behaviors such as tail feather shaking, bobbing up and down, and constant movement. In the release pen at San Simeon, CA, Willow (1141) displayed a similar energetic demeanor, often changing perches and engaging in brisk movements. Even after her release, she maintains this spirited personality. The choice of the Willow Flycatcher as Condor (1141)'s namesake is a deliberate nod to her dynamic and high-strung nature, creating a fitting association that also raises awareness about another endangered species.