An Andean condor soars above the Patagonian mountains in Argentina. (AP)
Researchers hold an Andean condor that they will tag with a GPS device and release. (AP)
The condor rides air currents for hours without flapping. (AP)
Another member of the condor family is the vulture. These live in America.
Seagulls catch air currents to soar near beaches too.
Condors are almost as heavy as you. Yet God created them to glide on the air.
They flap their wings to take off. Then they just soar.