Condor Watch Talk
I entered some of the tag #s - e.g. 81W, 47B underline, but the summary screen that comes up after data entry just shows ?'s for the tags.
Not sure if this is a coyote or fox.
#scale, I wasn't sure of the tag # so didn't record it
Looks like one of the moves I saw in the NBA finals, game 3
What's distracting the condors on the left - a lizard? I like the way thy're running after it.
coyote and cautious golden eagle.
#scale, 75 blue, ~25 lbs.
#scale, Blk 0, 17.5 lbs Tag flipped up; not sure this is the right tag #.
#scale, 81W, 23 lbs.
#Scale Blk32... 22lbs
#That's alot of condors - 21 by my count. Starting the day off with a hearty breakfast.
62 Yellow, hatched 2001 and still "carrion" has no mates, and no chicks listed in his bio. Any insights into why he's "unlucky in love"?
#25lb, 90 Red
#Scale 12 BLK, 20 lbs.
#Scale, 45 BLK , ~21 lbs.
Comparison of juvenile TV and condor in flight. Love their big feet 😮)
#Scale, 90 Red 22 lbs.
Some type of hawk (black and white vertical stripes on wings & tail)on right side? Also, time stamp - seems too light for 20:38 in January?
Not sure if this is an optical illusion or an animal, at left border about 1/3 way down, with 2 dark eyes in a white face.
I wouldn't want to have "tenderizing" duty during that week!
Here's the photo I saw with the 117F temperature reading. It does seem about 10 degrees too high for a max. temp in location like Pinnacles.
Isn't this the steak hoagie pokey 😮)
I'm still hoping to see a mouse near a scale, but maybe there's also lizards in some of the scales - see little guy on rock, right of scale.
I get a better sense of these locations when I see the temperatures. II thought I saw one recently at 117F!
#Scale, 21 BLK undrln, 19 lbs.
#Scale, 17 BLK 3 dots, 21 lbs.
#Scale, 12 BLK, 3 dots approx. 19.5 lbs
#Scale, BLK 36, approx. 20.5 lbs
#Scale, 81 White, 23.5 lbs.
#Scale, 17 BLK, 3 dots, 19.5 lbs.
#Scale, BLK 13, approx. 21 lbs.
#Scale, BLK 35, approx. 18.5 lbs.
#Scale, BLK 45, approx. 22 lbs.
#Scale, BLK 17, 3 dots, approx. 18.5 lbs.
Mary Catherine Condor - Superstar!
I can't read the scale on this one.
#Scale, BLK 25 underline, approx. 18.8 lbs.
#Scale, BLK 2, one dot, approx. 16 lbs.
Condor Yelp posting: "Le Scavenger", 5 out of 6 toes up, great food (sun-kissed entrails recommended), expect long waits.
Chuck, third in formation of the prestigious "Black Ravens" flying squad, was later sacked for snacking on the job.
We bow before his majesty, the carcass king1
#Scale, BLK 35, 21 lbs.
The 2nd condor from rht, front row, with back to camera is missing lower wing & tail feathers & see holes in feathers; is that molting?
Interesting rodent popping its upper body out of a hole on left center of photo - maybe some type of ferret?
Example for RED 61 (161). Also looks like a bird in the gate opening, on the ground, next to the left post - couldn't id it.
Red 25 for the bios
Thanks! I like the pi sign on his face 😮)
#coyote showing off sparkly white teethies; 1st time I've seen one at this location.
10 lbs seems a bit heavy for a TV; I thought it was a n eagle, but not sure what's going on with its face. Really strange looking.
#Scale, BLK 307 (07), ~19 lbs.
Looks like a diamond-patterned snake in the foreground AND 2 topsy-turvy connected condors in the air.
"Badges - what badges? We don't need no stinkin' badges!" Bob the Raven (a movie buff) sounds off.
#Scale, BLK 36, 2 dots, 18 pounds.
A juvenile condor taking a chunk out of BLK 25 unnderln; if there is carcass present I can't see it.
Condor in front with folded black tag - red knees and red inflated neck.
#Scale, BLK 01 undrln, 20 lbs
Looks like all 4, GE, TV, Condor & Raven in the same photo. Pretty obvious which one commands the most respect.
Tom ponders whether he can sell Budweiser on using this photo in an ad for Super Bowl Sunday.
#Scale, BLK 564 who seems to be really interested in the scale.
#Scale YEL 51 (251)
#Photobomb eagle in the tree? Whatever it is, it has everyone's attention except the 1 sceptical condor. Reminds me of a scene from "Jaws."
#Scale, BLK 35
#Scale, BLK 13
#Say what? Is this a young GE eating next to a condor?
#Scale, 10 BLK underln
#Scale, 90 RED
#Scale, 303 BLK, 3 dots.
Or ....was it .directions to a landing strip for an aborted invasion by raptors from outer space??
Shake It Off, Wreness!
#Scale, 17 BLK
#Scale, 1 WHT
Not one to be upstaged, "Tina 43", a die-hard Taylor Swift fan, shows off her dance moves to "Shake It Off" for the Condor Cam.
#Scale 81 WHT
Raven king belfie, photobomb and weigh-in 😮)
This whole setup - eagle, condor at the cow carcass, poor little rabbit carcass makes me nervous!
#Scale, 1X BLK
#Photobomb bird in the tree - a turkey vulture?
Not sure, but is that a tagged eagle in the left background? Also can't tell what that is in the foreground, maybe just a feather??
Carcass tug of war.
Nominated for a count the condors contest:)
#scale 10 blk underln; can't read the scale's scale.
#scale, 51 black
The condor (head only) at the lower right corrner looks older; do they get more wrinkled as they age?
After the date, e.g. June 5, the numbers that follow always show up as 00:00:00 in the bios. Just did ACW0004h7q & the same thing happened.
Wilbur's vain refusal to wear glasses resulted in his not reading the fine print on his innvitation to be "guest of honor" at a lunch for 20
#cow with brand
It looks like a Condor eyeball per the pictures on the Ventana Wildlife Society webpage under "images". The url was too big to post.
Bruce credits strict adherence to the Paleo diet with his impressive bulking up. Chester (on the right) looks on in admiration.
Silicon Valley condor Andrew in line to pick up some free carrion at the annual Condors and the "Net"-work trade show.
First time I've seen two eagles. Not sure what the flying bird is.
Condor-modeling. Hopefully both birds are still around.
Pizza with carrion toppings!
contender for grossest photo.
#boar, at least I think it is
#coyote looking into distance