California Condor

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A California condor, tagged so it can be monitored, soars over the Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge in California’s San Joaquin Valley. All the free-flying condors today either were raised in a captive-breeding program or descend from birds that were.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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A California condor, tagged so it can be monitored, soars over the Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge in California’s San Joaquin Valley. All the free-flying condors today either were raised in a captive-breeding program or descend from birds that were.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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A California condor, tagged so it can be monitored, soars over the Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge in California’s San Joaquin Valley. All the free-flying condors today either were raised in a captive-breeding program or descend from birds that were.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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