Yes, I wonder how far they can smell, too. This is a good picture, despite the subject!
We like the turkey buzzard, but not the smaller black one. They will kill a young calf that is left unattended.
Hari OmNature at least graced them with a suitably funereal appearance for their task! YAM xx
They are doing a great job as nature's garbage guys.
They provide a very useful service. 🙂
A very nice one.
I used to think they're ugly, but they aren't. They're useful. And they're certainly common around here.
...And ugly. LolA face only their mother could love
Hello,They have an important job and they do it well.Take care, have a happy day!
he is a nice looking garbage picker. they just seem to KNOW where things are. roadkill brings them almost instantly and they clean it up really fast, next day can't even tell where the possum was
Nice shot. They wouldn't be so bad looking if it wasn't for that head...lol
A beautiful close-up with nice plumage detail!
I like that, nature's garbage guys. I'm going to start calling them that now too. Very nice capture Rose!
You have captured it well in the bright light
Okay...all said and done, they clean up all the "mess" that may lead to infection!!Wonder if they get stomach poisoning !!!!Devi:))
A fine close up of this bird. Maybe he can smell.
A great close up of this turkey vulture. I just saw some yesterday. They have the largest wing span! I see them so often on the road by road kill. Always in big groups.
Nature's garbage guys - like the way you put that. :) I too wonder how far away they can smell something dead!
They are not the most beautiful or charming birds, but they play their part in nature.
They certainly do their job well, cleaning up a lot of roadkill.
They will hardly move out of the road when I am driving, if they have found something good.
A neat capture of this undertaker.
That is a very interesting looking bird.
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