In 1981, the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society held a conference concerning the California condor. A transcript was published the next year. However, this document is not currently in a library (at least a library that is part of the WorldCat network).
As I have an original copy of the conference proceedings, here are some details about the conference and excerpts from the presentations and discussions.
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The California condor makes an appearance in a number of successful US Patent applications. This post presents a handful of examples of inventions with a California condor connection.
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Does your vote matter? Here’s one answer to that question, an answer that directly concerns the California condor.
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The first post to this blog was Cover art from government documents. In this post I present art work from inside the covers of government publications.
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President Theodore Roosevelt and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt both took significant actions to protect the California condor during their terms in office.
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Reports and brochures produced by government agencies sometimes feature wonderful illustrations on their covers. Below are 6 examples concerning the California condor from the 2nd half of the 20th century.
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