Hundreds of individuals have contributed to the recovery of the California condor. Just a few who have a role in the Southern California recovery effort are featured in The Condor's Shadow. They and a feisty condor named "Pitahsi" provide a window into what endangered species recovery looks like for the rarest of North American birds.
Official selection of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2013.
National Wildlife Refuge Association
When: May 31st 11:30 AM - 1 PM
Where: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Ventura Office
Benefit Screening for the California Raptor Center at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
When: Sept. 28th, 2013
Where: Mondavi Center, University of California Davis
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What would be the most rewarding end to this would be to see condors using that historic range... And that we were able to ameliorate all of the human cause mortality factors. I think that's probably a pretty simple thing to do. If we could just get individuals to maybe take a little extra effort and try to work on mitigating or eliminating those human cause mortality factors, I think the condors will recover.