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Here you can browse and purchase limited-edition art prints created by Endangered Species Print Project artists. We donate a portion of every print to wildlife conservation.

California Condor Print

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California Condor Print

40.00

This is an 8" x 10" archival inkjet print on bamboo paper. An info card signed by the artist is included with your print.

  • ArtistBarnaby Whitfield
  • Wild Population/Print Edition: 180
  • Population In Captivity: 169
  • Threatened by: Lead poisoning from ingestion of carcasses killed with lead shot, Collisions with power lines, Shootings/Poisonings (both deliberate & accidental)
  • Scientific NameGymnogyps californianus
  • Habitat: rocky, open scrubland, coniferous forest & oak savanna in Southern California, Baja California and Grand Canyon area
  • Your purchase of this print will support: The Peregrine Fund's Condor Restoration Project
  • Learn more about the California Condor and Condor restoration
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Notes from the artist Barnaby Whitfield: For me the California Condor is the Phoenix from the flames. Brought to the brink of extinction by man. Completely removed from the wild to then be successfully reintroduced. Given the tools to survive man by man. It's the perfect analogy for what art is to me. I removed myself from the damaging aspects of my existence. I removed myself from what formed me and used the baggage from that life to create the towering safe haven from the continually rising tide. I make a living painting pretty pictures of my inner grotesqueries. The story of this majestic creature that feasts on death, preferring the rotting carcasses of our great fatty farm animals is the perfect example of what can happen when we finally open our eyes and pay attention. When we take action.

Oh and their face color changes with their emotional state...everyone knows I love to paint a rosy flush of the cheek.

*please note all population counts reflect the population counted at the time of printing