Condor Memorial

Condors flying in the mist.
Condors flying in the fog.

NPS/Gavin Emmons

Unfortunately, condors in the wild are still dying from mainly human-related causes. This page is a memorial for all the Pinnacles condors who have died since the program began in 2003. A memorial for all Ventana Wildlife Society condors who have died can be found here.

Condor Number Date of Death Cause of Death
306 2013 Electrocution
307 2007 Unknown
310 2020 Lead Poisoning
312 2013 Lead Posioning
313 2013 Lead Poisoning
332 2013 Lead Poisoning
335 2013 Lead Poisoning
336 2008 Lead Poisoning
345 2013 Lead Poisoning
351 2019 Electrocution
400 2014 Lead Poisoning
401 2014 Lead Poisoning
405 2020 Lead Poisoning
411 2014 Unknown
417 2007 Predator
418 2019 Lead Poisoning
422 2009 Unknown
448 2020 Unknown; body not recovered
451 2013 Lead Poisoning
460 2017 Egg Bound
463 2020 Lead Poisoning
478 2012 Lead Poisoning
481 2017 Unknown; body not recovered
514 2017 Rodenticide Poisoning
525 2017 Lead Poisoning
534 2018 Unknown; body not recovered
543 2020 Necropsy Pending
588 2012 Unknown; body not recovered
598 2012 Unknown; body not recovered
614 2018 Lead Poisoning
684 2019 Unknown; body not recovered
687 2018 Unknown; body not recovered
713 2016 Unknown; body not recovered
742 2016 Septicemia
744 2019 Lead Poisoning
785 2020 Necropsy Pending
795 2019 Lead Poisoning
835 2019 Lead Poisoning
874 2020 Necropsy Pending
878 2020 Necropsy Pending

Last updated: October 18, 2020

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5000 Highway 146
Paicines, CA 95043

Phone:

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