The captive breeding facility at The Peregrine Fund’s World Center for Birds of Prey is home to 62 condors, the world’s largest flock of captive condors. This year, 18 pairs produced 20 eggs. When the chicks are about 9 months old, they are transferred to The Peregrine Fund’s release site near the Grand Canyon in Arizona, where they join the wild flock, which currently numbers 72 birds.
brought to TRC November 2005. The bird was injured near his home range on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. He was one of only four condors that hatched and survived in the wild that year.