Learn About Condors from a Park Ranger

Ranger holds up a photo of a California Condor
Learn about these majestic birds and their reintroduction to Grand Canyon during a ranger talk.

Condor Talk - Ranger Program


What has a 9-foot (2.7 m) wingspan and a face only a mother could love? The California condor. Come discover their life and death story and the science that saved this incredible bird. Family-friendly program. Accessible, 45 Minutes

South Rim - Summer 2018 (through September 4, 2018) 5:30 pm daily
Village Amphitheater - Located on the Canyon Rim Trail west of El Tovar Hotel

North Rim - Summer 2018 (through October 15, 2018) 4 pm daily
North Rim Campground Amphitheater


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Large bird with black body and a pink feather-less head perched on a white rock and looking at you.
California condor. NPS/M.Quinn
 
 
Perched on rocks, two young birds have black feathers covering their bodies and heads. One is in profile and the second is facing forward.l
Two young California condors, some of the first to fledge in the wild, after condors were reintroduced into the Grand Canyon region in 1996.

Photos circa 2004. Left: NPS/C.Olson, Right: NPS/M.Lellouch

 
Standing on a rock, with wings fully extended, a large black bird with a pink head. Attached to one wing is a tag that reads "87."
California condor with wings fully extended. NPS/M.Quinn
 
 

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