California Condors in the Grand Canyon. The Condor, once dwindled in number to 22 in the 1980’s. There are now 335 living in the wild, along with another 130 in captivity for breeding.
Mule Deer in the Grand Canyon have distinct mule-like ears which appear to be competing for space with antlers atop heads of the large males.
Ravens are incredibly intelligent birds, although they have become synonymous with bad omens and ominous futures.
Learn about the birds in the Grand Canyon that are considered threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
Rocky Mountain Elk are not indigenous to the Grand Canyon, they came to us from Wyoming.
Read about the predatory birds in the Grand Canyon, including Zone Tailed Hawks, Peregrine Falcons, and Turkey Vultures.