September 6, 2016
California Condors were released back into the Grand Canyon 20 years ago after a successful captive breeding program. Photo/NPS
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A review of the 2012-2016 period of the California condor reintroduction program in northern Arizona and southern Utah is complete.
GRAND CANYON, Ariz. - When the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service began one of its most challenging captive breeding programs in 1983, less than 20 critically endangered California condors remained in the wild.