Andean Condor Vultur gryphus



Arnulphi,V.B.C, S.A. Lambertucci, and C.E. Borghi. 2017. Education can improve the negative perception of a threatened long-lived scavenging bird, the Andean condor. PLoS ONE 12: : e0185278.

Elbroch, L.M., and H.U. Wittmer. 2013. Nuisance ecology: do scavenging condors exact foraging costs on pumas in Patagonia? PLoS ONE 8: e53595.

Lambertucci, S.A. 2013. ariability in size of groups in communal roosts: influence of age-class, abundance of individuals and roosting site. Emu 113: 122-127.

Lambertucci, S.A., M. Carrete, J.A. Donázar, and F. Hiraldo. 2012. Large-scale age-dependent skewed sex ratio in a sexually dimorphic avian scavenger. PLoS ONE 7: e46347.

Lambertucci, S.A., M. Carrete, K.I. Speziale, F. Hiraldo, and J.A. Donázar. 2013. Population sex ratios: another consideration in the reintroduction – reinforcement debate? PLoS ONE 8: e75821.

Padró, J., S. A. Lambertucci, P. L. Perrig, and J. N. Pauli. 2018. Evidence of genetic structure in a wide‐ranging and highly mobile soaring scavenger, the Andean condor. Diversity and Distributions 24: 1534-1544.

Pérez-García, J. M., J. A. Sánchez-Zapata, S.A. Lambertucci, F. Hiraldo, and J.A. Donázar. in press. Low-frequency, threatened habitats drive the large-scale distribution of Andean Condors in southern Patagonia. Ibis.

Piana, R. P., and F. H. Vargas. 2018. Preliminary habitat models of foraging and roosting sites used by two rehabilitated adult male Andean Condors (Vultur gryphus) in Peru. Journal of Raptor Research 52: 231-239.

Shepard, E.L.C., S.A. Lambertucci, D. Vallmitjana, and R.P. Wilson. 2011. Energy beyond food: foraging theory informs time spent in thermals by a large soaring bird. PLoS ONE 6(11): e27375.

Wiemeyer, G.M., M.A. Pérez, L. Torres Bianchini, L. Sampietro, G.F. Bravo, N.L. Jácome, V. Astore, and S.A. Lambertucci. 2017. Repeated conservation threats across the Americas: high levels of blood and bone lead in the Andean Condor widen the problem to a continental scale. Environmental Pollution 220: 672-679.

Recommended Citation

Andean Condor (Vultur gryphus), In Neotropical Birds Online (T. S. Schulenberg, Editor). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY, USA. retrieved from Neotropical Birds Online: