Condor Watch Talk

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  • Aegypius by Aegypius

    A lot of juveniles. Incidentally or do condors form subadult groups?

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  • wreness by wreness moderator

    They do! Year hatched, release area/mentors all play a part but not exclusively. These are learning years-bonds add & change as they mature

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  • Aegypius by Aegypius

    Same here in Europe with e.g. the Cinereous vulture youngsters. It's amazing to see all those similarities in behaviour.

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  • wreness by wreness moderator

    The Mönchsgeier 😃 Both species becoming extinct due to toxins (chemicals/lead). Seen on CW is most of wild (restored) Population.

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  • Aegypius by Aegypius

    I'm impressed: Where did you find the Ö?

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  • wreness by wreness moderator

    Aw, TY. Elfin Wizard tools! (ok. I have a dual language keyboard but you can use Windows Character Map, too.) Message me for info anytime!

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