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well i feel much better then that i did,not offten i do the right thing on here,but it just seamed like it should be there so there ya have it...
YES!!! Absolutely!! Turkey Vultures have special meaning for me...where I volunteer, one of our educational birds is a turkey vulture named Chuck. He is such a character!! All vultures are invited!
think i moved all the raptors over...was not sure if the buzzards went there or not but i'm sure someone will let me know later
That makes sense...that makes him cuter!
christy,thank you and no it was a very nice day out,i believe this is a baby,the other one that was there was doing the fishing,this one just sat there and let me get pictures,guess it was not sure about people...
Oh...I would love you to add this spotting (and your other raptor spottings) to the mission: Raptors of North America: http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8627...
Wonderful series, Ken! I love the 4th pic - he looks a bit grumpy! What was the temp? it looks like he's puffed up for warmth. (???) Great spotting!
I'm so glad you did. It's a great photo!
thanks cindy...got it
Hi Ken, the first image doesn't seem to have uploaded correctly. This can happen if it's not 100% uploaded before starting the upload on the next image. You'll need to re-upload the image. Thank you!
Lat: 40.44, Long: -75.35
Spotted on Apr 30, 2012 Submitted on Apr 30, 2012