This Tanuri blog entry contains a slideshow of photos I took this morning along the Tanque Verde wash.


Each spring and fall turkey vultures pass through our area, roosting at night in the trees along both sides of the Tanque Verde wash. Resident Larry Conyers has been keeping a count and observing the big birds behaviors.

The vultures first started arriving in early March, peaking out last week. The numbers were down to twenty this morning when these photos were taken.

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Posted March 27, 2012 by kenneturner in Information

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  1. Cool looking birds, very carnel, lol. With their fleshy faces, all sleek and perfect for getting down to the business of eating.


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