Releasing Condors into the Wild It's been a very long time since the North American condor flew over the deserts and canyons of northern Arizona. Next month, biologists hope to change that. They will release several condors that were bred in captivity from a mountaintop hideaway. NPR's Howard Berkes went to Arizona to see the condors and their keepers. And he talked with local residents who feared endangered species in their neighborhood might change the way people live there.
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Releasing Condors into the Wild

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Releasing Condors into the Wild

Releasing Condors into the Wild

Releasing Condors into the Wild

Only Available in Archive Formats.

It's been a very long time since the North American condor flew over the deserts and canyons of northern Arizona. Next month, biologists hope to change that. They will release several condors that were bred in captivity from a mountaintop hideaway. NPR's Howard Berkes went to Arizona to see the condors and their keepers. And he talked with local residents who feared endangered species in their neighborhood might change the way people live there.