As with a previous post, Letters to the editor of the Los Angeles Times: 1934-1981, this post is about the wide range of California-condor opinions and concerns. The letters here were published during the 2nd half of the 20th century in the New York Times or Washington Post.
To further demonstrate the worldwide interest in the California condor, this post notes 10 articles published in the leading British newspaper, The Times, and the separately-titled Sunday Times. These articles, spanning nearly a century, consider the condor from a variety of perspectives.
George Lowe’s travel articles were once a regular feature of the Los Angeles Times. During the years 1965-1974, a dozen of these articles mentioned the California condor. Here are excerpts from half of them.
For many years, the Los Angeles Times carried Jim Murray’s exuberant column on sports. The California condor was mentioned in at least of these 10 columns during the 1960s-1980s. This post offers an overview.
Published letters to the editors of newspapers offer a historical record of the concerns and views of the public. Here are excerpts from 10 letters to the editor of the Los Angeles Times regarding the California condor.
A recent editorial in the New York Times highlighted the California condor. That editorial was accompanied by a provacative illustration of a condor.
Over time, the California condor has appeared in many newspaper opinion pieces. In this post I offer a sampling, one from each decade starting with the 1940s and concluding with the recent New York Times piece.
As newspapers continue to sell off their collections of photographic prints, I have obtained more of these working documents for my collection. This post presents 10 news photos of California condors in chronological order.