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Download ☆ Condor Comeback í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Õ Sibert Medalist National Book Award Honoree and New York Times best selling author Sy Montgomery turns her formidable talents to the story of California condors and the scientists who have fought against their extinction in this installment in the award winniSibert Medalist National Book Award Honoree and New York Times best selling author Sy Montgomery turns her formidable talents to the story of California condors and the scientists who have fought against their extinction in this installment in the award winning Scientists in the Field series   In April of 1987 the last wild California condor was captured and taken to live in captivity like the other twenty six remaining birds of its kind Many thought that the days were over of of this remarkable distinguished bird that had roamed. Say Montgomery gives an excellent account of the steps that are being take to bring the condor back from the brink of extinction I love that she conveys the beauty of this animal that many folks don't see Thanks to Netgalley for my review e copy including photos

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The existence of the wild condor lead bullets In turns affectionate and frustrated hopeful and heartbreaking Montgomery’s powerful prose does justice to these ancient sociable and elegant creatures   Complete with world class full color photography and helpful sidebars that provide details such as the history of the bird’s fight back from extinction the dangers of lead poisoning and the relationship of condors to the Chumash nation  Condor Comeback is an inspiring story of groundbreaking science perseverance and cooperatio. I have been fascinated by condors ever since I heard about them as a child Good info and illustrations in the book It was kept at a level middle grade could understand without being condescending

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Condor ComebackThe skies of North and Central American for thousands of years   Sy Montgomery employs her skill for on the ground reporting shrewd observation and stunning narrative prose to detail the efforts of scientists volunteers and everyday citizens to get California condors back in the wild In particular Montgomery profiles employees at the Santa Barbara Zoo who have worked tirelessly to raise abandoned chicks nurse sick birds back to health and conduct research that can support legislation to ban what is probably the largest threat to. Although the picture book size and layout makes this seem like it's for younger readers the content is appropriate for upper grade school and higher I enjoyed it for myself although a few sections did seem geared toward independent younger readers Very informative Highly recommended for fans of the author