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Sofia Lopez Mañan

By tracking the birds with GPS telemetry, scientists have learned that condors’ ranges often span hundreds of miles from where they were released, encompassing the dry, rocky slopes of the Andes, verdant seaside coasts, and everything in between. As more condors are raised, rescued and released, that range will continue to expand, and the team will know which areas are most important to protect.


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