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Endangered condors lay first eggs in wild

1:29pm, June 6, 2001

California condors are again mating in the wild. There are only 59 members of this species outside of zoos. All captive-bred, they were released into their former habitat over the past 6 years through a program managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Last week, the agency announced that one of its biologists has spied a trio of the wild condors tending a pair of eggs.

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