Fixing the World 

If the condor comes back to Yurok country, maybe the country will come back for everyone

[slideshow-1] A couple of hours past noon the turkey vulture rode a current from the northwest into the blue space above the Bald Hills, east of Orick. It soared, black-and-gray wings fixed in a teetery V, up over a grass-yellow pointy hill…

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