Vultures Fly For Cover   2 comments

Vultures (1 of 1)-4It’s migration time for Turkey Vulture, so it’s not unusual to see a lot of these big vultures in the morning and late afternoon.

Vultures (1 of 1)-5Storms have been in the area with 30-40 mph wind gusts. We live near the Tanque Verde Wash where many of the migrating 

Vultures (1 of 1)-6birds roost overnight in the cottonwoods near the wash. Yesterday afternoon storms in southern Arizona caused the migrating 

Vultures (1 of 1)-13vultures to start coming in early by the hundreds. Some landed in dead trees near  

Vultures (1 of 1)-14Tanuri Ridge where I was able to take these photos,

Vultures (1 of 1)after which they took off across the wash to spend the night in cottonwoods south of the wash.

Vultures (1 of 1)-19 blogHundreds of turkey vultures flying in from the approaching storm. — Images by kenne

2 responses to “Vultures Fly For Cover

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  1. Kettle of vultures flew in resting on trees forming a committee

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  2. An exciting and informative post!

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