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

Images of California condors, whales, dolphins and Big Sur vistas
A collection of 1,427 images from now through 2011

Condor 726 Little Stinker, living up to her name with a tight turn in a Pinnacles canyon.
Condor 726 Little Stinker, living up to her name with a tight turn in a Pinnacles canyon. (11/23/2020)
Condor 204 Amigo sneaking a peek at the competition
Condor 204 Amigo sneaking a peek at the competition (aka 470 Fuego) on the coastal cliffs. (11/19/2020)
Condor 470 Fuego floating on by.
Condor 470 Fuego floating on by. (11/19/2020)
A serendipitous early morning encounter with 204 Amigo.
A serendipitous early morning encounter with 204 Amigo. (11/11/2020)
Condor 726, Little Stinker, perched above a hiking trail weighing up what’s going on below her.
Condor 726, Little Stinker, perched above a hiking trail weighing up what’s going on below her. (11/4/2020)
Juvenile condor 1003 Katie’s Bird navigates Big Sur's blustery skies with aplomb.
Juvenile condor 1003 Katie’s Bird navigates Big Sur's blustery skies with aplomb. (11/7/2020)
California condor 550, followed by her mate, 652 Ferdinand, float along the cliff edge in Big Sur.
California condor 550, followed by her mate, 652 Ferdinand, float along the cliff edge in Big Sur. (10/25/2020)
California condor 652 Ferdinand soaring over the coastline looking for any tasty treats that might have washed up.
California condor 652 Ferdinand soaring over the coastline looking for any tasty treats that might have washed up. (10/25/2020)
A humpback whale will consume over 20,000 anchovies a day. We like it best when the anchovies are at the surface and the whales come out of the water mouth first to grab the fish.
A humpback whale will consume over 20,000 anchovies a day. We like it best when the anchovies are at the surface and the whales come out of the water mouth first to grab the fish. (10/17/2020)
Taken on board the always excellent Blue Ocean Whale Watch cruise.
Hidden in plain sight! Condor 9004
Hidden in plain sight! Condor 9004 (1003?) gives his location away when he decides to warm his wings on a misty, slightly smoky morning. (10/8/2020)
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