Condors with Pink Tags

 
Condors with pink tags are "800" birds. This means that a pink tag with a 68 on it is condor 868.
 
Condor 800 in flight.
Condor 800 in flight.

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800

Hatched: 4/27/15 from a wild nest in San Benito County
Sex: Male
Parents: Condor 330 and Ventana Wildlife Society (VWS) condor 375 (deceased 2020)
Current Mate: Ventana Wildlife Society (VWS) condor 747
Offspring: Condor 1175
Fun Fact: Biologists weren't sure of his existence until they saw him flying as an untagged juvenile with his parents

 
Condor 827 in flight.
Condor 827 in flight.

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827

Hatched: 4/20/16 at the World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise, Idaho
Sex: Male
Released in Pinnacles: 2017
Fun Fact: Quickly acclimated to the wild after release, taking flights and roosting high in trees along with other members of the flock. Recently, he has been frequently seen with 868 on the Balconies Cliff Trail.

 
An adult condor with pink tags in flight.
Condor 868 flying.

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868

Hatched: 4/17/2017 at the World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise, Idaho
Sex: Male
Released in Pinnacles: 2018
Fun Fact: Very close with condor 827; they are rarely seen apart! Recently, he has been seen by visitors on the Balconies Cliff Trail.

Last updated: December 14, 2023

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