Condors are a unique, loving, social species who create lasting bonds with their condor-mates, often sticking with their family members or mates for life (really!). With their own unique personalities, every individual bird is critically important to the flock and to the people who care for them. From hatch to fledge, to first time parenthood, follow each of their heartwarming stories here!
USFWS Matching Funds 1:1, Help Us Restore the Flock
Thanks to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Endangered Species Fund, every dollar raised this year will be matched 1:1 up to $359,116. Please consider making a gift today and help the condor survive in the wild again.
Your support is crucial so that we can continue to:
- Conduct as many releases of captive-bred condors to the wild as possible
- Ensure population growth and healthy dynamics of the flock
- Ensure the survival of condor chicks and adult pairs as they successfully nest in the wild
- Minimize hazards such as lead poisoning from the ingestion of spent ammunition