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Status of the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus ) and efforts to achieve its recoveryAuthor(s): Jeffrey R. Walters; Scott R. Derrickson; D. Michael Fry; Susan M. Haig; John M. Marzluff; Joseph Wunderle Jr.
Source: The Auk. 127(4):969-1001
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationWalters, Jeffrey R.; Derrickson, Scott R.; Fry, D. Michael; Haig, Susan M.; Marzluff, John M.; Wunderle, Jr., Joseph M. 2010. Status of the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus ) and efforts to achieve its recovery. The Auk. 127(4):969-1001.
KeywordsGymnogyps californianus, captive-breeding and release program, intensive management, species recovery, wildlife conservation program
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