Condors Take Another Step Towards Recovery


Miracle and Nomad have made history.

Ventana Wildlife Society biologists discovered July 6 that Condor 538 (Miracle) and Condor 574 (Nomad), both of whom were born in the wild, made a nest together this year in southern Big Sur. It is the first known nest of wild-born California condors in the state since 1985.

But that’s not all: They have a chick in their nest, the first second-generation wild-born condor in decades.

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