Sunday, April 8, 2018

The Barn Collective, April 8, 2018

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, April 1, 2018
Though the grass is green, the trees seem reluctant to leaf out.
And with good reason - It is 29F at 6:00am this morning!
Your birds for today are..... Vultures!
Lauderdale County, Alabama, USA, December 29, 2017
Black Vulture, Coragyps atratus

Hardin County, Tennessee, USA, April 1, 2018
Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura

Have a blessed day!

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  1. ...fortunately you caught this old timer before the trees leafed out, then it would disappear. We also have Turkey Vultures here. Thanks Lea for sharing this week, please stop back again.

  2. I enjoy seeing the old dilapidated barns, but it's sad knowing they will soon disappear. Happy Sunday.

  3. IF spring ever comes this barn will go into hiding.
    I suppose you could call vultures homely but they are beautiful with their wide wingspan when they are gliding on the wind.

  4. I appreciate vultures -- they do the job they were put here to do and do it pretty well! Always notice abandoned barns (and your pictures are great), and always wonder what happened to the people who let them get into that sad state.

  5. Vultures seem quite distinctive to me. That old barn might not make it through another year.


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