Condor is the largest bird in America. The average weight of this bird is around 30lbs while a fully grown up adult bird can stretch its wings to about 10 feet. They can fly as much as 15,000 feet high. Condor is the longest living scavenger bird with a lifespan of around 60 years. It normally feeds on dead and decaying flesh of mammals like deer and cattle. A Condor is a black color bird, with a bald head and very less feathers. Its under wing patches are of white color and head’s color varies from white to purple. These scavengers, no matter how dangerous they may sound are essential member of our ecosystem (Verner, 1978). But their number decreased tremendously during the late 1970s, with only 22 California Condors were reported to be alive in the year 1982-1983. It was the lowest recorded number of this creature (Church, 2006). The Condors were then added in the list of endangered species list of the United States. Since then various organizations and societies are working to conserve this creature and bring it back to wild life.