This post offers 8 more illustrations of the California condor from books.
This post considers 4 pieces of music that fall within a broad conception of “classical music”. All of these works include “condor” in their title.
But which condor is referred to by this music? None of the pieces clearly refer to the California condor; it’s either the Andean condor or it’s unclear. I’ll start with the latter.
While every illustration conveys meaning, some artworks are all about making a point. In this post, I show 4 such illustrations concerning the California condor.
This post examines how the California condor is portrayed in encyclopedias devoted specifically to animals, birds, or nature.
Last year saw the publication of Vulture: The Private Life of an Unloved Bird by Katie Fallon (ForeEdge). While this book focuses on turkey vultures, there is considerable discussion of the turkey vulture’s close relative, the California condor. Here’s a review.
This post offers 8 more illustrations of the California condor from 8 books.
In 1953, California condors appeared on a CBS television program (in the USA). While the program’s visuals are spectacular, the accompanying narration is anything but. Here is a report.