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Condor or Vulture? California condors and common turkey vultures look similar from a distance. Both have distinctive bald red heads, both soar on thermals, and both inhabit the same territory. Here are some clues to tell them apart: California condors are larger, with a 10-foot wingspan. Turkey vultures have a 61⁄2-foot wingspan. Condor wings have white feathers on the leading edge of the underside. Turkey vulture wings have white feathers on the trailing edge. Condor tail feathers are fan-shaped. Turkey vulture tail feathers are less-pronounced. Condors are rare and typically fly solo or in pairs. Turkey vultures are plentiful and often fly in flocks. Condors flap their wings far less frequently than turkey vultures. Condor Stats* Total Population 435 Captive Population 167 Wild Population 268 Wild Population in California 155 *Source: California Condor Recovery Program
Pinacles National Park


SalVinCo Vance RV reading light with integrated USB port

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Garmin RV 890 MT-S GPS Navigator

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Camco portable Little Red Campfire

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