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

Images of California condors, whales, dolphins and Big Sur vistas
A collection of 1,209 images from now through 2011

A monarch butterfly, a bee
A monarch butterfly, a bee (I think) and a bumble bee are all sampling nectar this morning in Big Sur. (1/28/2012)
California condor #251 "Crush" comes in for a low pass in Big Sur, CA.
California condor #251 "Crush" comes in for a low pass in Big Sur, CA. (1/22/2012)
Condor #190 "Redwood Queen" and some companions check out what's going on from a Big Sur cliff top.
Condor #190 "Redwood Queen" and some companions check out what's going on from a Big Sur cliff top. (1/7/2012)
California condor #222 "Cosmo" caught in a mid nictitating membrane blink as she makes a close fly by.
California condor #222 "Cosmo" caught in a mid nictitating membrane blink as she makes a close fly by. (1/22/2012)
California condor #351 show that condors have barbs on the edge of their tongues which are used to help scoop/scrape in meat from a carcass and as a tool to swallow bigger chunks.
California condor #351 show that condors have barbs on the edge of their tongues which are used to help scoop/scrape in meat from a carcass and as a tool to swallow bigger chunks. (1/7/2012)
California condors #222 "Cosmo"
California condors #222 "Cosmo" (lower left) and Pinnacles female #306 (upper right) float past the cliffs of Big Sur yesterday, with the house known as Wild Bird visible in the background. (1/22/2012)
There was a surprisingly
There was a surprisingly (to me at least!) large number of condors in the air today ahead of an incoming storm. Here condor #204 "Amigo" passes in front of a Big Sur cliff face. (1/22/2012)
Point Sur in the post storm clearing skies.
Point Sur in the post storm clearing skies. (1/21/2012)
One of the captive bred condors
One of the captive bred condors (she came from the LA Zoo) that has recently been released in to the wild, #569 flying over a beach in Big Sur. (1/8/2012)
Two male elephant seals decide diplomacy is not for them as they battle for a piece of the beach
Two male elephant seals decide diplomacy is not for them as they battle for a piece of the beach (and presumably, the females therein) at Piedras Blancas. (1/14/2012)
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