The California Condor has had a hard time living with humankind. From pesticides to lead bullets, we keep poisoning them.
At one point there were less than 25 of them left in the wild. They were collected up by the San Diego and Los Angeles Zoos and a very successful breeding program was initiated. There are now more than 450 California Condors in the wild and captivity.
These two can't be released and their genetics are already too well represented in the California Condor population.
California Condors are on exhibit at the Oakland Zoo on the California Trail.
The Condor boys share their exhibit with a female Red-Tailed Hawk but don't seem to take any notice of the fact, other than when she steals food from them.