Condors with Tan Tags

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Condors with tan tags are "900" birds, meaning a tan tag with a 12 on it would be condor 912.
 

909 (No Current Photo Available)

Hatched: 3/26/2018 at the Oregon Zoo
Released in Pinnacles: 1/24/2020
Sex: Male
Fun Fact: Was one of three condors flown by LightHawk volunteer pilots from Oregon to Pinnacles in late 2019
 
Condor 912 nibbling another condor.
Condor 912 nibbling another condor.

Tim Huntington - webnectar.com

912

Hatched: 3/30/2018 from a wild nest in Pinnacles National Park
Sex: Male
Parents: Condor 340 and Ventana Wildlife Society condor 236
Fun Fact: Fledged from his nest almost a month early

 
Condor 943 perched.
Condor 943 perched.

Kevin McMullen

943

Hatched: 5/17/2018 at the Oregon Zoo
Released in Pinnacles: 1/2020
Sex: Male
Fun Fact: Flew to an area south of the park after his release, and has been seen exploring the surrounding area

 
Condor 996 perched outside his nest.
Condor 996 perched outside his nest.

NPS/Gavin Emmons

996

Hatched: 5/25/2019 from a wild nest in Pinnacles
Sex: Male
Parents: Condor 589 and Ventana Wildlife Society condor 569
Fun Fact: The parents' second offspring, after condor 878 (deceased 2020) in 2017. 996 fledged in November 2019, almost a month later than predicted- he was enjoying his cozy nest cavity too much!

Last updated: September 14, 2020

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