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California Condor Field Bag

California Condor Field Bag

Regular price $32.00 USD
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The California condor is the largest North American bird, with a wingspan of nearly ten feet. This vulture is considered critically endangered due to lead poisoning from spent ammunition, and they tend to eat and feed things to their young that may contain glass and toxins. In 1987, the remaining 22 California condors were taken into captivity to ensure the species survival. Today there are about 300 condors in the wild and 214 in captivity. Being scavengers, they help to keep the landscape clean, but they are also an indicator of ecological health.

Our California Condor Field Bag is designed to hold a field guide, keys, wallet, and water bottle. These bags are perfect for birdwatchers, hikers, zoo docents, or your favorite nature enthusiast. Made of 100% hand-loomed cotton, all bags have a 1.5" black nylon webbing strap (adjustable to 62"), side pen holder, and back zipper pocket. Roomy enough to fit a small field guide and water bottle or a larger guide like The Sibley Guide to Birds. The bag's interior is scoop-shaped, making it easy to quickly grab your field guide before that bird flies away. Bag dimensions: 8" wide x 10" tall with a 2" gusset. Handmade with love by women artisans in Nepal who have been empowered to lift themselves out of poverty through dignified work. Fair trade.

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