California Condor - Big Sur Rehabilitation Center
California Condor - description
The camera is located in the Condor Sanctuary Ventana Wildlife Society's private rehabilitation station in Big Sur, California, 3,2 km east of the Pacific Ocean at 853 m. The shrine is surrounded by pristine US Forest Service land that is clearly visible in the background. The nest is located in a tree of sequoia. Sekhov is a national tree of California. Sekhov is a evergreen coniferous tree with a narrow conical crown reaching the height up to 116 with ages up to 2200 years.
Since the 1997 in Big Sur, California, Ventana Wildlife Society has been in charge of captive condoms.
The female is called Redwood Queen # 190 / and has a number 90 on her wing tag, the Male is a King Pin # 167 / and has a 67 number on the wing tag.
Redwood Queen laid her eggs on February 29, 2020
Condor Cam is provided by Explore.org
We would like to thank the Ventana Wildlife Society for facilitating the transfer from the nest and the feeder.
California Condor - Live