day of the condor

Friday, March 6, 2009

The Life Studies Institute is proud to announce that we’ve made some major changes to our condor observation studies program for this year.  Chief among them is the addition of a new viewing platform built on county land through a unique under-the-radar land-use provision that we’ve been informed is fully protected from liability, so we don’t anticipate any problems like we had last year.  As ever, this exciting field of condor management remains one fraught with complications in terms of certified training guidelines, especially since humans are not only the ones responsible for protecting these majestic birds and reintroducing them to the wild, we are also categorized as their chief predator. 

New badges should help ease communications with county officials, and weapons permits are going to be strictly checked this year for all students.  If it sounds like a lot of trouble for an elective course, remember, there’s no textbook but the sights and sounds of a natural habitat with a state-of-the-art oversized nesting site facsimile approved by a former LA Zoo handler. Immersed in the natural order, yet so close to the urban epicenter of the west coast—an educational experience only possible in the San Fernando Valley. Join us!

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