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Thanks to the Yurok Tribe, condors will return to the Pacific Northwest
by Rachel Fritts
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21 September 2021
On 21 September 2021 Mongabay reported:
Next spring, California condors will soar in northern California for the first time in a century. Four young condors will be released in Redwood National and State Parks, reintroducing this critically endangered species to what was once only the middle of a vast range that stretched from Baja California all the way up to British Columbia. But if it weren't for the Yurok Tribe, who have fought for the return of this culturally and ecologically important bird for the past 13 years, the condor's Pacific Northwest homecoming might never have happened at all.
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