As they do today, teachers of a century ago relied on a variety of materials to supplement their expertise and enrich the educational experience they provided to their students. For this post, I note some century-old resources for teachers that refer to the California condor.
Thornton Burgess was an author of stories for children, a radio broadcaster, and a naturalist. This post is concerned with the latter 2 and, of course, the California condor.
Books for young audiences can be counted on to include excellent artwork. Here are 10 illustrations of the California condor from as many children’s books.
This post notes 3 excellent works of fiction intended for older children. The California condor plays an essential – and different – role in each of these.
During the years 1942-1999, Boys’ Life, the magazine of the Boy Scouts of America, published at least 20 items referring to the California condor. By doing so, this magazine reached an important audience with information about the condor.
This post offers an overview of what boy scouts learned about the California condor from their magazine during the 20th century.