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The Great Condor Comeback

A pair of California Condors, Today’s Endangered All-Stars, are tending the first condor nest in the state’s Pinnacles National Monument in a hundred years. Biologists at Pinnacles, in the Gabilan Mountains east of the Salinas Valley, confirmed that Female 317 and Male 318 courted for “nearly a month” before an egg was laid. 57 days  Read More 
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