In 1926, a new ornithological “journal” appeared. The Buzzard was published by the Cuckoo Ornithological Club of Los Angeles. I recently acquired the first 2 issues. Of course, the California condor makes an appearance. Here’s a look.
In previous posts I have shown some comical illustrations of the California condor. In this post I present 6 more caricatures from a variety of sources.
Some have been inspired to play with the name “condor”. Here, in no particular order, are several examples.
Is there anything funny about an exceptionally large, endangered bird?
Here, for your consideration, are an assortment of items concerning the California condor that were intended to be humorous. Two of the items are not explicitly about the California condor, but are close enough.