Electra (678), the most dominant female in her cohort, was named after Amelia Earhart's famous plane. This captive condor, like Amelia, was bold and adventurous. She stood up to the other condors in her cohort to get what she wanted to prepare for her amazing journey. Unlike Amelia, however, Electra achieved this by taking food from her follow condors to prepare for flight in the wild. After her release, we saw the gutsy Electra (678) flying all around the Central Californian Coast. She took a particular liking to Pinnacles National Park, and was often seen soaring with her devoted partner, the handsome Pinnacles male Condor (700).