The California Condor is a unique species with an inspiring conservation story and difficult current conservation challenges. Join Joe Burnett, Senior Biologist, Ventana Wildlife Society and Dr. Andrea Goodnight of Oakland Zoo as we learn how the joint efforts of U.S. Fish & Wildlife, Ventana Wildlife Society, Pinnacles National Park, Oakland Zoo, and other zoos and environmental organizations in the Western U.S. are saving the 218 California condors now soaring in the wild.
Wednesday, April 30 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Zimmer Auditorium Please park in the lower parking lot and proceed to the Maddie's Center for Science and Environmental Education. Enter the glass doors on the ground level.
Contact: Amy Gotliffe, Conservation Director
Phone: 510 632-9525 x122
Click here to learn more about the California Condor and Oakland Zoo's involvement in preserving and rehabilitating this species, as well our live-streaming condor cam- the first ever in the wild.
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