Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Turkey Vultures, June 3, 2020

Wild Bird Wednesday and My Corner of the World

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Lee County, Mississippi, USA, May 28, 2020
Turkey Vultures, Cathartes aura, are scavengers that locate their food by their keen sense of smell.

"Nature's clean-up crew."

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  1. Great looking birds and masters of the sky too.

  2. Hello Lea,
    Great capture of the Turkey Vultures. Wishing you a happy day and week ahead!

  3. Ugly but beautiful in their own way. We have several turkey vultures that patrol the farm fields around us.

  4. They look so wonderful in flight!

  5. Those poor birds are so hard looking! Such small heads!

  6. They are extraordinary birds and you got great photos of them.

  7. Interesting birds. I'm glad they do the cleaning that needs doing!

    Thanks for being a part of 'My Corner of the World' this week!

  8. Great photos! We've had them in our property at times--it seems they usually show up in late winter...maybe scavenging the dead carcasses revealed after the snow melts.

  9. Wow, that first one is a great close-up. And on the railing, double the pleasure!


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