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In Condor Country: A Portrait of a Landscape, Its Denizens, and Its Defenders

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Eastern San Luis Obispo County, an arid region between San Francisco and Los Angeles, has been a favorite foraging ground for the rarest of North American birds--the California condor. This is an exploration of the character and history of the landscape, and of two brothers who are nearly as unique as the bird with which they have come to be associated.
Paperback, 242 pages
Published September 15th 1991 by Henry Holt & Company (first published May 15th 1987)
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excellent. eben macmillan (though dead now) is my new hero. i love condor country.
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