Such kind but poor rescued condor returns to the thank man who saved its life for ever

The Amethyst sunbird favors coastal evergreen woods and extensive valley bushveld, but it will occasionally wander into dry open woodlands.

These birds will travel great distances to visit nectar-bearing vegetation such as Aloe.

Such kind but poor rescued condor returns to the thank man who saved its life for ever

If given the chance, they will also take beetles and spiders. From September through February, these birds breed.

The female constructs an oval-shaped nest out of lichen, grasses, stalks, and bark cemented together and with spider web.

It is firmly connected to a drooping limb of a tree, shrub, or creeper, which is normally 2-6 meters above the ground.

The female lays 1-3 gray eggs, which she incubates for 13-18 days on her own.

Such kind but poor rescued condor returns to the thank man who saved its life for ever

The female primarily feeds the chicks, which fledge 14-18 days after development and become autonomous one week later.

The administrators of a zoo in Buenos Aires even approached Edgardo for assistance in transporting ‘Condorito’ there.

But the man who saved him is vehemently opposed to the concept.

“They claim they came to find it and transport it to a proper spot, but here the condor is outdoors, in its natural environment, and recognized as his own, therefore we do not agree with that intrusion,” he informed Neuquen.

Such kind but poor rescued condor returns to the thank man who saved its life for ever

What’s more astonishing is that the condor returns to Edgardo’s house on a daily basis and affectionately cuddles him.

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