Conservancy for the
RANGE of the CONDOR
The "RANGE" of the condor is about LAND, the land over which the condor flies. We are a land trust: we conserve land that will serve as habitat for the condor, and for the many other animals and plants that need it. For a wider discussion of that, go HERE.
WHERE? In times past, the condor flew over most of the western U.S. That is the area in which we, The Range of the Condor, take a preservation interest. For more about that, go HERE.
Condor 71, "Traveler," a well-kown condor of the Big Sur flock, auspiciously over-flew out recent board meeting on a Palo Colorado ridge, and was later photographed dining on carrion near our two lots. Exciting!!
We own 260 acres in Carmel Valley, adjacent to the Los Padres National Forest. Lots of steep terrain, various oaks and other trees, woundrous chaparral. Not open to the public, it is nevertheless possible to hike the property, by appointment. For more about it, go HERE.