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Condors with purple wing tags are "600" birds. For example, a purple tag with a 92 on it would be condor 692.
 
Condor 602 perched.
Condor 602 perched.

Tim Huntington

602

Hatched: 4/10/11 at the Los Angeles Zoo
Sex: Male
Released in Pinnacles: 2013
Fun Fact: Dominant young male who is frequently seen in Pinnacles trying to find a mate

 
Condor 606 flying
Condor 606 in flight.

Tim Huntington

606

Hatched: 4/22/11 at the Los Angeles Zoo
Sex: Male
Released in Pinnacles: 2013
Fun Fact: Spends a lot of time in and around Pinnacles, and has been trying hard to find a mate

 
Condor 626 perched.
Condor 626 perched.

NPS

626

Hatched: 5/30/11 at the Oregon Zoo
Sex: Female
Released in Pinnacles: 2013
Fun Fact: Seems to spend more time on her own than the other condors in the flock
 
Condor 688 in flight
Condor 688 in flight.

Tim Huntington

688

Hatched: 4/22/13 at the Oregon Zoo
Name: Ksh'pali, which is the Upper Cowlitz Taidnapam dialect species name for condor
Sex: Male
Released in Pinnacles: 2015
Fun Fact: Is becoming a more dominant male, and will likely try to breed in upcoming seasons

 
Condor 692 perched.
Condor 692 perched.

NPS

692

Hatched: 4/26/13 at the Oregon Zoo
Sex: Male
Released in Pinnacles: 2015
Mates: Condor 463 and Ventana Wildlife Society condor 726
Fun Fact: Has always been very affectionate with other condors in the flock, and is currently in a "trio" relationship with another male and female. He is also one of the most mischevious birds in the flock, and has been known to try and steal people's belongings in the High Peaks!

 

Last updated: August 15, 2019

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