Which bird was the focus of a large-scale conservation plan in the US?

Quiz Question: Which bird was the focus of a large-scale conservation plan in the US?

The given options are as follows:

  • Rufous hummingbird
  • Bridled titmouse
  • California condor

The correct answer is: California condor

Fact: This strange-looking, historically misunderstood, and still-endangered bird is a crucial part of its Southwest habitat. Because California condors eat carrion, they accidentally ingest lead and other poisons, which caused a steep population decline. But an extensive US government-sanctioned program helped the condors rear and nurture a new generation.

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