(Portland, OR) -- The Oregon Zoo's condor breeding program is celebrating its first egg of the year. The pair of birds have hatched and raised two previous chicks. If all goes well, the egg should hatch in March. The Zoo's Jonsson Center for Wildlife Conservation in rural Clackamas County has been breeding California condors since 2003 and more than 108 chicks have hatched. More than 70 birds have been released. Several eggs laid by Oregon Zoo condors have been placed in wild nests to hatch.