The authors delineate in clear fashion the myriad issues facing the Condor today, and looking to the future, convey a message of hope that we may still achieve viable wild populations of this magnificent denizen of the California landscape.
"As one of the most visible, dramatic, and controversial examples of intensive conservation management in modern times, the California Condor makes a good story. The Snyders' work is exemplary. This is a solid introduction to the subject and an excellent contribution to the press's natural history series". - Walter Koenig, Hastings Natural History Reservation, University of California.
This is an amazingly compact, up-to-date history of the politics and biological research of the California Condor. It will be invaluable for biology students who want to review a case study of an endangered species and for environmental planners considering the highly political nature of rare-species conservation. - Allen Fish, Director, Golden Gate Raptor Observatory"
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