Condors with Green Tags

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Condors with green wing tags are "700" birds. This means that a green tag with a 4 on it would be condor 704.
 
Condor 700 perched.
Condor 700 perched.

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700

Hatched: 5/3/13 at the World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise, Idaho
Sex: Male
Released in Pinnacles: 2015
Previous mate: VWS condor 678
Fun Fact: Attempled two nests with condor 678, but unfortunately both failed for unknown reasons
 
Condor 704 perched.
Condor 704 perched.

NPS

704

Hatched: 10/22/2013 at the World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise, Idaho
Sex: Male
Released in Pinnacles: 2015
Fun Fact: Goes back and forth between Pinnacles and Big Sur frequently
 

725 (No current photo available)

Hatched: 3/18/2014 at the Oregon Zoo
Sex: Female
Released in Pinnacles: 2016
Current Mates: VWS condors 566 and 711
Offspring: VWS condor 1004
Fun Fact: Spends a lot of time down near San Simeon; is in a "trio" relationship with two males, and all three successfully raised condor 1004 together
 
Condor 728 sunning her wings.
Condor 728 sunning her wings.

Mike Baird

728

Hatched: 3/20/2014 at the Oregon Zoo
Sex: Female
Released in Pinnacles: 2015
Fun Fact: Spends most of her time out of the park in South San Benito County

 
condor 745 perched
Condor 745 perched.

Tim Huntington - webnectar.com

745

Hatched: 3/25/14 from a wild nest in Los Padres National Forest
Sex: Male
Parents: Condor 310 (deceased 2020) and Ventana Wildlife Society condor 219
Fun Fact: Quickly made friends with the rest of the flock once he learned to fly and followed his parents to Pinnacles and Big Sur

Last updated: September 30, 2020

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