Both condors are extensive expansive winged taking off feathered creatures, the Andean Condor being 5 cm shorter generally speaking than the northern species, yet bigger in wingspan. California Condors are the biggest flying area feathered creatures in North America. The Andean Condor is second just to the Wandering Albatross as far as wingspan among all living flying fowls. The grown-up plumage is consistently dark, except for a ruffle of white quills almost encompassing the base of the neck which are fastidiously kept clean by the feathered creature. As an adjustment for cleanliness, the condor's head and neck have few quills, which opens the skin to the cleaning impacts of lack of hydration and sun oriented ultraviolet light at high heights. The head is greatly leveled previously. In the male it is delegated with a caruncle or brush, while the skin of the neck in the male lies in folds, structuring a wattle. The skin of the head and neck is fit for flushing discernibly in light of passionate state, which serves to convey between people.