Take that body and at least double it and you have a condor.
We were fishing at Lee's Ferry in Glen Canyon below Lake Powell. Our guide suggested that we check out the condors at sunset from Navajo Bridge. They were there roosting in the cliffs. There was also this guy with a bag of rocks throwing them at the condors. Struck up a conversation and he worked for some NGO like Audobon Society or Ford Raptors. His job was to keep the condors away from the bridge. The guy used to be a school teacher from the LBC. His throwing motion was like that of one of a Belmont Shore's finest. He couldn't hit anything. So I told him I played water polo through college and had a pretty good arm. Let me have a shot. He did and I had my wife taking pictures, because how often do you get the chance to throw rocks at endangered species?
I hit condor #68 with the first throw. These birds are so big, the rock....err pebble just bounced off it.
Right before sunset, the condors took flight and circled over the bridge. They were flying within 20' of us. They are simply massive. No mistaking a condor with a turkey vulture.
In reality, all the Condors have big number tags on the right wing, upper wing surface. We're talking like a 5" x 5" or bigger tag with block numbers on it legible with my crap eyes from quite a distance.