Late Season Storm | Endangered Condors Return to Northern California Redwoods | Local ‘Tiny Desk Contest’ Entrants
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In this June 21, 2017, file photo, a California condor takes flight in the Ventana Wilderness east of Big Sur, Calif.
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What a late-season storm means for the overall water year and wildfire season. Yurok Tribe is poised to release four endangered California Condors onto ancestral lands in the redwoods. Northern California NPR Tiny Desk Contest entrants for 2022.
- KCRA Chief Meteorologist Mark Finan discusses the latest round of rain and snow to pass through Northern California and what it means to the overall water year and anticipated wildfire season.
- Tiana Williams-Claussen, Director of the Yurok Tribe Wildlife Department, shares her tribe’s efforts to release four endangered California Condors on their tribal lands. It will be the first time the birds will be flying over the tribe’s ancestral lands in 100 years.
- Musician Terra Lopez, and lead singer for Rituals of Mine, discusses Northern California NPR Tiny Desk Contest entrants for 2022.