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Condor #664 "Poppy"
Sex: Female Hatch Location & Date: Boise, ID on 5/22/2014 Release Date: November 9, 2016 Parents:  #27 and #139 Local Biological Siblings: #405(Sire and Dam), #696(Sire and Dam), #716(Sire and Dam), and #167 (Sire only) Breeding Status: Unpaired Offspring: None
Voodoo is the loner of the cohort. She tends to stay perched while the others feed or feed while the others are perched. Although Voodoo tends to keep to herself on the perch, she occasionally enjoys jumping around in circles with food and feathers held in her bill. Is this simple play behavior or is Voodoo up to something? Voodoo is named after an incredible plane. In 1957, the Voodoo set a world speed record of traveling 1,207.6 MPH. Like the plane, Voodoo might not look like much and we never know quite what Voodoo is thinking, but she is not to be underestimated. Voodoo will fly to great speeds when released into the wild.

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