Condors are typically found in mountainous environments. They are a critically endangered species, meaning that they are highly protected. They are scavengers that feed primarily on dead animal carcasses and can typically be found in large groups.
What do condors look like?
California Condors are the largest wild bird in North America. California condors weigh 17-19.5 lbs. They have a length of 3.5 – 4.5’. Their wingspan can run up to 10’. They have black plumage with white patches under the wings. Their bare heads are a yellowish-orange. These birds are among the most protected birds in the country. Each bird has a GPS transmitter and is constantly monitored.
Where do condors perch and nest?
Condors nest and perch in trees, cliff caves, and mountains, cell towers, and electrical structures. As they are a highly protected species, nesting should never be disturbed.
Why do I need condor bird control?
Condors are a protected species that can cause significant damage to your structures. Wildlife biologists recommended that condors and humans do not interact at all. Condor presence on manmade structures poses a hazard to both the well-being of the bird and any humans in the vicinity.
How can I keep condors away?
For the last 12 years, Tower Guard has humanely kept condors off of cell towers and communication structures. All of our condor bird control devices meet or exceed industry standards.
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