Zoom Logo

Northern California Condor Restoration Project - Shared screen with speaker view
Jeff Englander
41:56
What techniques have been used to capture wild condors?How are they fed in captivity and how is partnering encouraged?
Adai Morrison
42:38
How do you stop lead poisoning and how can we help with that?
Jane Moss
55:42
What was the leading cause of condor mortality before the use of lead shot?
Michelle Rosengaus
01:00:42
To learn more about this project and to get involved, visit their website at www.yuroktribe.org
Alison Zhang
01:15:00
I miss the beginning of the meeting. Would you share the recording?
ruth rabin
01:18:13
Heartwarming story connecting cultural preservation and nature preservation. Possibly tourism will also benefit if visitors will be controlled
S C
01:19:45
since entire population is based on 22 survivors, how's the genetic diversity now?
ruth rabin
01:20:38
I am reminded of the vulture restaurants in Magaliesberg mountains in South Africa, where the vulture population revived even though they were aware of food being provided by humans.
ruth rabin
01:22:34
Will the condor's resurgence impact other aspects of the ecosystem?
ruth rabin
01:25:03
Is Tiana's conservation area open to visitors?
Adai Morrison
01:29:28
Could the population ever reach 10,000?
sarit murkes
01:29:32
Thank you, it is such an interesting project, we wish the condors luck and long lives
S C
01:30:58
are windmills a problem for condors?
S C
01:37:16
tyvm for doing this work