** FILE ** In this photo taken on Aug. 5, 2009, condor feathers were used to make this White Deerskin Dance regalia used by the Karuk Tribe, displayed at the Clark Historical Museum in Eureka, Calif. The three feather wands at lower right are a composite of several feathers. The neighboring Yurok Tribe, which also used condor feathers in dance regalia, is studying whether condors can be reintroduced in the Klamath River canyon, where they have not soared for a century. (Associated Press)

** FILE ** In this photo taken on Aug. 5, 2009, condor feathers were used to make this White Deerskin Dance regalia used by the Karuk Tribe, displayed at the Clark Historical Museum in Eureka, Calif. The three feather wands at lower right are a composite of several feathers. The neighboring Yurok Tribe, which also used condor feathers in dance regalia, is studying whether condors can be reintroduced in the Klamath River canyon, where they have not soared for a century. (Associated Press)