Yes. According to their website, “[W]e have reintroduced 33 species back into the wild including: mountain yellow-legged frogs, 5 species of reptiles, 17 species of birds, and 10 species of mammals. In many cases, these efforts have meant the difference between extinction and survival.” They have also “made major contributions to saving the California condor from extinction, helping to increase the population from only 22 birds to more than 300, and releasing the first birds back to the wild in Baja California, Mexico.”
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