Learn about the past, present, and future of Oregon's incredible native wildlife.
Shadow of the Condor
Learn more about one of the rarest species on Earth and the efforts by the Yurok and Nez Perce Tribes to bring the California condor back from the brink of extinction. In this riveting story, you’ll learn about the cultural and ecological significance of this majestic bird, its early history, and near erasure from the skies to finally culminate in the epic tale of how its comeback creates a more whole and healthy world.
Oregon Wild is dedicated to protecting and restoring Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife, and waters as an enduring legacy for future generations. Read more about the return of condors at Oregonwild.org/condor
This program was made possible through grants from the Siletz Tribal Foundation and Mountain Rose Herbs.
Shadow of the condor was written and produced by Alijana Fisher, Danielle Moser, and Arran Robertson. Special thanks to Jessica Riccardi.
Sea lion noises: "Sound from Zapsplat.com"
Large-animal- running by bevibeldesign, creative commons license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Condor sounds: Vincent Gerwe and the Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
The Lost Sea Otters of Oregon
Welcome to The Lost Sea Otters of Oregon, a special project from Oregon Wild. The audio presentation of The Lost Sea Otters of Oregon takes you through the tumultuous history sea otters endured, their fight to return, and future efforts to recover this native species.
Oregon Wild is dedicated to protecting and restoring Oregon’s wildlands, wildlife, and waters as an enduring legacy for future generations. Read more about The Lost Sea Otters of Oregon at Oregonwild.org/lostotters
This program was made possible by a grant from Mountain Rose Herbs, featuring a vast selection of high-quality, certified organic herbs, spices, teas, and more. Visit them at Mountainroseherbs.com
The Lost Sea Otters of Oregon is hosted by Erica Risberg, written and produced by Danielle Moser and Arran Robertson. Cover art and animation by Katelyn Browne. Special thanks to Tina Indalecio, and all our guests.