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California Condors Soar Over Utah (3:00)
Partner: Utah Division of Wildlife Resources


At one point, California condors only existed as a captive population at the Los Angeles Zoo. However, a successful conservation and recovery program has resulted in birds being released back into the wild. This video provides information about the biology of this species and great footage of these magnificent birds.

Last updated: April 7, 2011