The CondorsThere are over 70 condors flying free along the central coast of California. Although they're a single flock of birds, they're managed by two organizations, who each manage specific birds within the larger flock. These sub flocks are known as the Big Sur sub flock and the Pinnacles sub flock. Birds move between Pinnacles National Park and the Big Sur coast as they please.
The Ventana Wildlife Society manages the Big Sur sub flock, and you can learn about those individual birds at http://mycondor.org/.
Pinnacles National Park manages the Pinnacles sub flock, and you can learn about those individual birds at http://www.nps.gov/pinn/learn/nature/profiles.htm
Where can I see them?
On your computer, tablet or phoneThe Ventana Wildlife Society has live webcams at its condor sanctuary in Big Sur. You can often seen condors live on the cam feeds at http://ventanaws.org/condor_cam/.
The Oakland Zoo also has a live webcam at their recovery center. See its feed at http://www.oaklandzoo.org/staging/Condor_Cam.php?cam=Oakland_Zoo.
In real lifeYou can take your chances and visit the Big Sur coast (Highway 1), or hike the Pinnacles National Park, and hope to see condors as you drive/hike. Regardless of whether you see condors or not, both locations are highly recommended places to visit and enjoy.
If you want to maximize your chances of seeing a condor, The Ventana Wildlife Society runs condor tours, where a tour leader will take you on a guided tour of the more popular areas to see condors in Big Sur. They will also have tracking equipment with them to try and find where the birds are during the tour. Find out more at http://ventanaws.org/membership/eco_experiences.htm.