Cathartiformes>Cathartidae

The order Cathartiformes is an order of raptors or birds of prey that include the New World vultures and the now extinct teratornithidae

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  • California Condor disarticulated Skeleton
    Gymnogyps californianus. The California condor, once near extinction, is now recovering due to captive breeding and release programs. Historically, this species was found throughout southwestern North America. Today, monitored populations occur in southern California, and portions of the grand canyo..
    $600.00
  • California Condor Mounted Skeleton
    Gymnogyps californianus. The California condor, once near extinction, is now recovering due to captive breeding and release programs. Historically, this species was found throughout southwestern North America. Today, monitored populations occur in southern California, and portions of the grand canyo..
    $1,442.00
  • California Condor Skull
    Gymnogyps californianus. The California condor, once near extinction, is now recovering due to captive breeding and release programs. Historically, this species was found throughout southwestern North America. Today, monitored populations occur in southern California, and portions of the grand ..
    $118.97
  • The turkey vulture ranges throughout much of the United States and Mexico. Outwardly, this large bird may resemble a hawk or eagle, but has been recently re-classified as a member of the stork family. The turkey vulture feeds primarily on carrion but may occasionally catch small prey. A wounded turk..
    $35.00
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