Condor at San Diego Zoo

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San Diego Zoo, California, USA

Live cam featuring San Diego Zoo’s Condors, part of a captive breeding program for California condors.

The Californian condor was almost eliminated due to the destruction of its habitat, lead poisoning from carcasses shot in hunting and poaching. In 1982, only 22 birds remained in the wild. Thanks to the California Condor Recovery Program, the population of California condors has grown to more than 500 birds. More than half of these birds are now flying free in the wild. The San Diego Zoo was the first facility in the world to hatch a California condor. California condors lay just one egg a year—the lowest reproductive rate of any bird species

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