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Poy’-we-son. Phil Caterino Phil Caterino
Poy’-we-son, which literally translates to, “the one who goes ahead, ” but also harks back to the traditional name for a headman of a village, who helps lead and guide the village in a good way.
For the first time in more than a century, endangered Prey-go-neesh (California condors) can now be seen flying over Northern California’s redwoods.
On May 3.2022, the Yurok Tribe successfully released the first pair of condors, out of a group of four, in Redwood National and State Parks, establishing the northernmost condor release area to date, and reclaiming a significant part of their former historic range, from which they’ve been absent since 1892.
This journey towards restoration began in 2003 when a panel of Yurok elders made the decision that Prey-go-neesh was the highest priority land-based animal to return to Yurok ancestral territory due to the Yurok’s deep cultural connection to the birds.
The reintroduction effort builds on over a decade’s worth of planning and preparation initiated by the Yurok Tribe.
For countless generations, the Yurok people have upheld a sacred responsibility to maintain balance in the natural world. Condor reintroduction is a real-life manifestation of our cultural commitment to restore and protect the planet for future generations. It is a historical moment in the Yurok Tribe, as they introduce the condors back home, providing that balance for them. Their prayers are answered.
The four condors, including one female and three males, are between two and four years old, an ideal age range where they would leave the care of their parents in the wild. Although it will take several years until these birds are at an age to reproduce in the wild, it is believed the Tribe has a model for success with future northern reintroduction efforts.
Oeuvres d'Artistes,  Art digital,  Art digital
Auteur: Phil Caterino
50.8 x  101.6 cm  /   20 x  40 in
Thèmes: Animaux Sauvages  /   Origines: Arts d'Amérique du Nord  /   Genres: Fauvisme  /   Authenticité: Original  /   Types d'Artistes: Artistes de loisirs  /   Période: Contemporain  /  
Publié: 9 août, 2022 / Modifié: 9 août, 2022
Copyright Phil Caterino

Nicole Retureau
Membre Premium Nicole Retureau , 10 août
Bravo pour votre œuvre sur l'Aigle en plein vol.
100 €  71 £  114 $ 
Phil Caterino
Phil Caterino
Artiste peintre 
Steamboat Station, Nevada, Etats-Unis
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