The central California population is growing due to ongoing releases, wild nesting and the care we provide them but they are wild.Condors fly in and out as they please; you might see a dozen or more at once, or you might not see any.No other breeder will invite you to see your puppy 24/7.It’s important that you know how your puppy was raised and socialized…not just by what you are told but by what you can see with your own eyes. They are never, ever sold to pet stores or puppy brokers!Carl was incredibly supportive of Ventana Wildlife Society's work and spent many days of his youth and adult life in the field assisting his parents with VWS's mission.
Carl Young Weather Station at Anderson Peak, Big Sur, CA This weather station is dedicated to the memory of Meteorologist Carl Young, son of VWS co-founders' Sal and Ada Lucido.
By visiting Condor Spotter as you watch, you can identify individuals by their wing tags.
You might even see them feeding on carcasses provided by biologists to ensure a clean non-lead contaminated food source as the population recovers.
This camera was made possible by Ventana Wildlife Society (VWS), Oakland Zoo, Fed Ex and HDon Tap and is the ultimate tool to see through the eyes of the very people who are trying to save endangered condors in the wild. Report Condor Sightings You can help with our research by reporting condor sightings.
Please include tag numbers if possible and if you get a photograph of the condor, please include that as well. Watch video about the Oakland Zoo and Ventana Wildlife Society's collaboration Visit our Recent Cam Photos page to see a few screen grabs of other wildlife captured in the area. Condor Information brochure (PDF) Thank you for tuning in.