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Matt Mendenhall

It's more likely that you saw a vulture. Black Vultures and Turkey Vultures look like smaller versions of the California Condor. Also, although I've heard of free-flying condors roaming to Utah, I have not heard of any Texas sightings. Here's a graphic that shows a comparison of condors, vultures, and eagles.
http://cacondorconservation.org/content/did-you-see-a-california-condor-let-us-know/

rRick Bullock

I believe I saw a California Condor today flying just south of Fort Worth, Texas. Can anyone confirm this.

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