Bad News, Good News, GREAT News!

Bad News, Good News, GREAT News!

“Out of difficulties grow miracles.” – Jean De La Bruyere If you have been watching the San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s Condor Cam, it is an understatement to say that[…..]

Condor Cam: The Egg Has Pipped!

Condor Cam: The Egg Has Pipped!

The big hatch day is quickly approaching, and our devoted California condor parents, Sisquoc and Shatash, have been patiently caring for and incubating their egg. Well, actually, they’ve been caring[…..]

Po Mahina, an Amazing Alala, Passes Away

Po Mahina, an Amazing Alala, Passes Away

 It is with great sadness I announce the death of a very beloved bird at the Keauhou Bird Conservation Center (KBCC). Po Mahina, an alala (also known as a Hawaiian[…..]

Condor Chick Development: 30 to 45 Days of Age

Condor Chick Development: 30 to 45 Days of Age

At approximately one month of age, our California condor chick should weigh around 4 pounds (2 kilograms). The parents, Sisquoc and Shatash, may start leaving the chick alone overnight, sleeping[…..]

Gather the Goslings Before the Gale!

Gather the Goslings Before the Gale!

On a cold and foggy winter morning, a group of Keauhou Bird Conservation Center (KBCC) staff stood alongside biologist Kathleen Misajon and ecologist Darcy Hu, from the National Park Service.[…..]