Sites with adult home cams
Previously paired with #100 and #125, she has been breeding and contributing to the wild Southern California flock since 2001.
Condor #111 is 23-years old and hatched at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in 1994.
Back to Top No, this is the first time that male #206 and female #513 have been featured on the California Condor cam. Condors #111 and #509 were observed courting in fall 2014 after the loss of #111’s former mate, #125. Male #509 is an 8-year old wild-fledged condor and the offspring of dam #161 and sire #107. When the nestling is four months old, he/she will also receive a handmade wing tag with a sewn-in radio transmitter. Back to Top This condor nest is located in the Los Padres National Forest near Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge. They typically nest in the same general area as condor pairs tend to establish a nesting territory. In this nesting territory, male #206 wears a yellow tag which represents the 200 studbook series and female #513 wears a black tag which represents the 500 studbook series.