The California Condor is a vulture and America's largest bird. After almost becoming extinct, condors have been raised in captivity and released to the wild. Now, in the remote reaches of Central California, there's a video camera where scientists can watch them feed. The condor-cam is located high in the hills of the Coast Range, east of Big Sur, California. Paul Rogers is a veteran of environmental reporting for the San Jose Mercury News, who manages the Science Unit at KQED, the PBS station in San Francisco.