On the Brink of Extinction: The California Condor
“In her latest work about endangered wildlife, Arnold describes the efforts of the California Condor Recovery Team. Her lucid and interesting account of the history of condors emphasizes the factors that led to the birds’ near extinction and explains in great detail the measures that have been taken to reestablish a significant condor breeding population. Wallace’s photographs are magnificent.”--Booklist
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