View my short documentary film: The California Condors of Big Sur

Images of California condors, whales, dolphins and Big Sur vistas
A collection of 1,183 images from now through 2011

California condor #678 "Electra" warms her wings in the morning sunshine at Pinnacles National Park.
California condor #678 "Electra" warms her wings in the morning sunshine at Pinnacles National Park. (12/26/2017)
California condor #726 "Little Stinker" makes a close fly by at Pinnacles National Park.
California condor #726 "Little Stinker" makes a close fly by at Pinnacles National Park. (12/26/2017)
It was one of those rare, spectacular, days where, if you were looking the wrong way, you'd hear the condors (the air over their wings as they glided by) before you saw them as the rest of the park was so quiet.
California condor #340 "Kun-wak-shun" in full courtship display with his long term partner #236 "Tiny" atop one of the rock columns in Pinnacles National Park.
California condor #340 "Kun-wak-shun" in full courtship display with his long term partner #236 "Tiny" atop one of the rock columns in Pinnacles National Park. (12/26/2017)
For the record, she didn't seem too impressed.
California condor #470 "Fuego" warming his wings in the morning sun in Big Sur.
California condor #470 "Fuego" warming his wings in the morning sun in Big Sur. (12/25/2017)
From May, a pair of humpback whales lunge feed on krill at the surface of a very calm Monterey Bay.
From May, a pair of humpback whales lunge feed on krill at the surface of a very calm Monterey Bay. (5/23/2017)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
From March, California condor #800 casts a shadow on the rocks as she warms her wings in the morning sunshine at Pinnacles National Park.
From March, California condor #800 casts a shadow on the rocks as she warms her wings in the morning sunshine at Pinnacles National Park. (3/29/2017)
From August, a sea otter chomps down on one crab with another ready to go on its belly.
From August, a sea otter chomps down on one crab with another ready to go on its belly. (8/28/2017)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
From November, California condor #602 perched in a tree in Pinnacles National Park.
From November, California condor #602 perched in a tree in Pinnacles National Park. (11/28/2017)
A killer whale breaches with Monterey's Cannery Row and Lower Presidio visible in the distance.
A killer whale breaches with Monterey's Cannery Row and Lower Presidio visible in the distance. (12/19/2017)
The condor equivalent of not a morning person.
The condor equivalent of not a morning person. (11/28/2017)
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