Four California Condors Die in Arizona
11 July 2000Four California Condors released in Northern Arizona have recently died. Lead toxicity from the ingestion of lead has been confirmed to be the cause of death in three of the condors and is also suspected in the other one. Two other condors are being treated for lead toxicity. The remaining 16 have been captured or are being captured for further testing. They will be treated if necessary. Additional details can be found on The Peregrine Fund's home page (www.peregrinefund.org).
"Our first priority is to keep the remaining 16 condors alive. These birds have struggled, some of them for 3
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