California condors are very rare, but 10% of them are trashing this woman's house

There are only about 200 California condors in the wild — and one tenth of them are having a non-stop party at Cinda Mickols’s house.

“We don’t know where these all came from, but somewhere around 20 of them just decided to show up and really seemed to take a shining to my mom’s house — particularly her deck and roof,” Mickols’s daughter, Seana Quintero of San Francisco, told As It Happens host Carol Off.

“They’re mostly just hanging out and having fun.”

The massive endangered birds have set up shop outside the Tehachapi, Calif., home, where they have spent the last week or so knocking over plants and lawn ornaments, leaving claw marks on the deck and defecating all over the roof.