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  • A fluffball with wings: Watch this 42-hour-old California condor, born in Boise

    While the parents are away, biologist Marti Jenkins, propagation manager at The Peregrine Fund in Boise, sneaks a peek at a 4-day-old California condor chick, just for a second. Then she leaves the parents to raise it. "They've been doing this for more than 10,000 years, and they kind of know what they're doing," she says.

A fluffball with wings: Watch this 42-hour-old California condor, born in Boise

While the parents are away, biologist Marti Jenkins, propagation manager at The Peregrine Fund in Boise, sneaks a peek at a 4-day-old California condor chick, just for a second. Then she leaves the parents to raise it. "They've been doing this for more than 10,000 years, and they kind of know what they're doing," she says.
Marti Jenkins Provided by The Peregrine Fund