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After a 100 year absence, California condors are released back into the Northern Redwoods

The critically endangered California condor has been absent from Northern California redwood forests for over a century — until Tuesday, when the Yurok Tribe and Redwood National and State Parks reintroduced two birds to the woodland area, the culmination of a 15-year reintroduction project.

The critically endangered California condor has been absent from Northern California redwood forests for over a century — until Tuesday, when the Yurok Tribe and Redwood National and State Parks reintroduced two birds to the woodland area, the culmination of a 15-year reintroduction project.

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