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California Condor Patch


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#14 California Condor

Behold the California Condor, North America’s largest land bird! The condor became extinct in the wild in the late ‘80s, with the remaining individuals brought into captivity. An ambitious and historic conservation and reintroduction campaign has brought the wild population back up to almost 500 - so there’s much work to still be done.

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  • Dimensions, Materials & Care

    Dimensions: 4.1" wide x 1.4" tall.
    100% Nylon.

    All embroidered bird patches have an iron-on backing, but the adhesive is temporary. For durability, we recommend sewing or using a permanent, flexible fabric glue.

  • More Details

    This patch celebrates the Yurok Tribe in northwest California, which has been leading a broad partnership for more than a decade to bring the California Condor back to their ancestral land around the Klamath River and surrounding region. Condors occupy an important place in Yurok culture.

  • Shipping & Returns

    Patches ship separately from other items. To maintain low shipping costs, patches are sent in an envelope via USPS first class letter mail without tracking, except for orders containing 4 patches or more.

    Domestic patch orders: Allow 5-15 business days for delivery after shipping notification.

    International patch orders: Allow 10-28 business days for delivery after shipping notification.

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