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Endangered condors return to northern California skies after nearly a century

<p>Yurok Tribe will create a captive breeding facility in Redwood national park for birds that could be released as early as this fall</p><p>After a century of absence, the endangered California condor is set to return to the skies of the Pacific north-west.</p><p>The condor once soared from British Columbia to Mexico, but habitat loss, overhunting and, most significantly, poisoning from hunting ammunition drove the birds to near extinction.</p><p> <span>Related: </span><a href="https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/mar/01/california-condor-endangered-wind-turbines-breeding">Wind power company vows to help save critically endangered California condor</a> </p> <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/mar/26/california-condor-reintroduced-yurok-tribe">Continue reading...</a>

Yurok Tribe will create a captive breeding facility in Redwood national park for birds that could be released as early as this fall

After a century of absence, the endangered California condor is set to return to the skies of the Pacific north-west.

The condor once soared from British Columbia to Mexico, but habitat loss, overhunting and, most significantly, poisoning from hunting ammunition drove the birds to near extinction.

Related: Wind power company vows to help save critically endangered California condor

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