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California Condor #293556

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 29, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Los Angeles, California) Efforts to prevent extinction of California condor examined; films shown. [Research biologist John OGDEN - describes location of radio-monitored bird.] Number of condors known living in wild at present mentioned. [OGDEN - explains research findings so far.] [Condor program co-director Noel SNYDER - cites need to increase bird's numbers] Breeding program explained; hatching last year of chick at San Diego wild animal park recalled as example [Friends of the Earth spokesperson David PHILLIPS - opposes breeding program.] [Los Angeles zoo director Warren THOMAS - notes lack of dignity in death.] Symbolic importance of saving condor mentioned.
REPORTER: Andrea Naverson

Dean, Morton;
Naverson, Andrea

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