At least three eggs have been laid since mid-February.
Helping to rebuild the population following devastating losses, biologists successfully release 11 as two wait in the wings for their turn.
Pinnacles National Park and Ventana Wildlife Society say it’s ‘the single biggest loss of condors from a wildfire since releases began in California in 1992.’
Two chicks perish, nine free-flying adults remain missing.
Now learning to survive in the wild.
A free drawing will make boxes of ammo available to local big-game hunters