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(Portland, OR)  --  The Oregon Zoo says this has been the most successful breeding season ever for its condor program.  The zoo announced yesterday a record ten chicks have hatched.  The chicks will now stay with their parents for at least eight months before moving to pre-release pens for about a year.  Eventually, they'll travel to a wild release site to join free-flying condors in California and Arizona.

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