The majestic California condor is the largest bird in North America. It’s also one of the most endangered species in nature. In the 1980s, less than two dozen birds remained in the wild. Today, after efforts to breed the bird in captivity, the California condor is making a comeback.
It worked so well that an entire flock of condors invaded the home of a woman who lives in the Tehachapi Mountains. They trashed her deck and possibly roosted on her roof.
Over the weekend ~15 California condors descended on my moms house and absolutely trashed her deck. They still haven’t left. It sucks but also this is unheard of, there’s only 160 of these birds flying free in the state and a flock of them decided to start a war with my mom 😭 pic.twitter.com/bZyHsN58Bk
— Seana Lyn (@SeanaLyn) May 5, 2021