By Maria Paz Castano - Strategy and Partnership Associate
Rewilding Chile team spotting Liquine
Liquiñe is now part of the condor ecosystem in Patagonia!
We are excited because the Rewilding Chile's Wildlife team, on a monitoring routine, spotted a group of Andean condors at the confluence of the Baker and Nef rivers, and one of them was Liquiñe!
We can track Liquiñe's movements thanks to the satellite transmitters she carries with her. After being released eight months ago in Patagonia National Park, it is excellent news to see her living with other members of the same species and adapting to the natural environment.
This Rewilding action fills us with hope to continue working harder than ever to protect this emblematic bird, guardian of the ecosystem. THANK YOU for joining us in making the world a more beautiful place!
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