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Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge

Due Date: 2026-07-22T21:00:00.000Z
As a hub of condor activity and research opportunities, Bitter Creek NWR is a unique keystone at the nexus of two mountain ranges encompassing much of the historical California condor range and serving as an important wildlife corridor. The refuge protects habitat within an important east/west running mountain range and provides movement corridors for populations of native ungulates, raptors, and other wildlife. Condor and other wildlife movements extend beyond refuge boundaries and exemplify the Service’s contribution to a much larger conservation initiative as we partner with public and private landowners. Alongside these charismatic animals, so, too, can lesser known and rare wildlife and plant species thrive within this intact and functioning ecosystem. Also protected on the refuge are Native American cultural resources and remnants of 19th century homesteads. Become a member of our Friends Organization: Friends of California Condors Wild & Free is a nonprofit 501c3 organization that has the mission to enhance public awareness of the endangered California condor and ensure that they are protected, healthy, and free. As a member of the Friends of the California Condor, Wild & Free, you will become a part of a group dedicated to the conservation of an endangered species. Some of our activities include: Annual State of the CA Condor event Scheduled Refuge Projects Outreach Events Education Programs Advocacy Fundraising Networking with other conservation groups If you want to apply as a volunteer, please, go to page Our website is, contact email is, contact phone is (802) 644-5185

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