Posted by: Stan Russell | September 6, 2017

The California Condors of Big Sur/Sunset Center/Friday, September 8

Based in Monterey, California, Tim has been capturing the natural beauty and varied wildlife of the central coast of California since 2006. Join Tim on location for a living postcard of the Big Sur coastline. You will get a unique look at the social structure of condors and their intimate interactions, while also learning more about their amazing road to recovery.

Come support California Condors! These showings will take the place of Feathers in Flight in Big Sur as our major fundraiser of the year. Your attendance is important not only to celebrate the recovery of condors on the central coast but support our ongoing management efforts.


September 8, 2017
• Carmel at Sunset Center
(Carpenter Hall) Located between San Carlos Street and Mission Street.
•6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
• $75 per person

Marvel at the beauty of a Great Horned Owl brought by Faloconer, Antonio Balestreri. Enjoy food and wine while bidding on some original silent auction packages and walk away with lasting memories. For the main event, you will see Tim Huntington’s most talked about short film on California Condors, and close your evening with dessert and coffee.

Click to purchase your tickets today

About Ventana Wildlife Society

Founded in 1977, Ventana Wildlife Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to conserving native wildlife and their habitats. We successfully recovered a breeding population of Bald Eagles in central California and are in the process of doing the same for California Condors. With our main office in Salinas and our field office down the coast in Big Sur, we are in prime position to manage the central California condor population (with National Park Service), lead amazing outdoor education opportunities for youth in underserved communities, and provide valuable ecological services in a variety of habitats. Our Discovery Center at Andrew Molera State Park in Big Sur is a center for public outreach during the summer and a meeting place for our regular condor tours. We also own two spectacular properties that are now protected in perpetuity as wildlife sanctuaries. Through the course of our work, we have developed an organizational culture that strongly values science, education and collaboration. Our approach positions us well to address tomorrow’s ecosystem management challenges and inspire the next generation of wildlife stewards.

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