Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Vultures, January 26, 2022

Wild Bird Wednesday and My Corner of the World

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Pickwick, Tennessee, USA, January 23, 2022
Black Vultures, Coragyps atratus. I was pleased to get a photo before two of them had completely folded their wings to hide the white wing feathers that are usually visible only in flight.

Have a wonderful day!

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  1. Great view of the Black Vultures. Take care, enjoy your day!

  2. Great shot. It's a bird I rarely see this far north.

  3. Wow ... the Black Vultures looking fascinating.

  4. There must be carrion around. Strange looking but interesting birds.

  5. Lovely picture of a species I find fascinating.

  6. I havent seen many of these since moving here to NH in 2020. We used to see them a lot where we lived in MD perching on lamp posts and such.

  7. They are all looking at something behind them! ;-)

  8. Cool shot! They are truly regal birds, aren't they?!

  9. I love how they are all turned the same way.


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