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This group of pictures is dedicated to the Condors at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. There are eight in this series to choose from, each image a different perspective, so you can choose! I offer up this group to those with a passion for Condors and the Grand Canyon, where they live. "The population steadily declined during the 20th century until there were only 27 California condors known to exist in the world. The last of the free-flying condors were taken into captivity in 1987 to avoid additional mortality and to preserve as much diversity of the gene pool as possible. Reintroduction into the wild began in early 1992 and continues today, with the population up to almost 300 in the wild. Lead poisoning from spent ammunition is the number one cause of death among adult California condors in the wild. Condors also pick up and feed their young small objects left behind by humans, such as pieces of glass and metal and have been known to accidentally drink poison like antifreeze. Human development has significantly degraded or destroyed the habitat condors require for foraging, nesting and roosting." ~ Defenders of Wildlife Each one of these images is cropped to a ratio that fits 20" x 16" and I have personally seen one produced on aluminum which makes a fantastic work of art. One of these versions is also available with the Serenity Prayer. You will find it in my Card Gallery.