Watch nesting California condors and their chicks via live-streaming webcams near the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge in southern California and at the Ventana Wildlife Society’s Condor Sanctuary in Big Sur along the central California coast. According to the Fish and Wildlife Service, Ventura County condor pair #111 and #509 hatched their first chick together in April. By spring of 1987, all remaining wild condors had been placed in captivity, thus beginning an intensive recovery effort among government agencies, zoos and other conservation groups to save them from extinction.
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