Photographer Joe Josephs stumbled upon this pair of nesting condors while hiking recently south of Ragged Point. Josephs was in the area for landscape photography when he heard a scratching sound nearby and discovered the condors â” which paid no attention to him and allowed him to continue shooting them for nearly an hour, using a zoom lens and staying some 50 feet away. Hunting season began April 8, and hunters are urged to use copper bullets when hunting prey such as deer to avoid poisoning the condors, which can die if they ingest lead bullets.
Photographer Joe Josephs stumbled upon this pair of nesting condors while hiking recently south of Ragged Point. Josephs was in the area for landscape photography when he heard a scratching sound nearby and discovered the condors â” which paid no attention to him and allowed him to continue shooting them for nearly an hour, using a zoom lens and staying some 50 feet away. Hunting season began April 8, and hunters are urged to use copper bullets when hunting prey such as deer to avoid poisoning the condors, which can die if they ingest lead bullets. Special to The Cambrian
Photographer Joe Josephs stumbled upon this pair of nesting condors while hiking recently south of Ragged Point. Josephs was in the area for landscape photography when he heard a scratching sound nearby and discovered the condors â” which paid no attention to him and allowed him to continue shooting them for nearly an hour, using a zoom lens and staying some 50 feet away. Hunting season began April 8, and hunters are urged to use copper bullets when hunting prey such as deer to avoid poisoning the condors, which can die if they ingest lead bullets. Special to The Cambrian

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