friday black vulture party

Tree full of roosting Black Vultures, © 2016 S. D. Stewart

Tree full of roosting Black Vultures.

Tree full of roosting Black Vultures, , © 2016 S. D. Stewart

Note how the vulture at center is doing the classic Snoopy vulture pose.

 

Black Vultures, © 2016 S. D. Stewart

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  1. This is magnificently creepy.

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  2. Oh, you know this appeals to me. Wonder if you’ve also noticed something that I realized lately– I see more turkey vultures on the wing and more black vultures on the ground. Strange, huh?

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    • Ack- missed this comment while out of town last week. Yes, I figured this one would catch your attention. That’s an interesting trend you’ve noticed. I can’t say I’ve seen the same, but you probably drive around more than I do. I do know that black vultures have been extending their northern range, so in general are becoming more common in the region.

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