Peggy C

Peggy C

Posted on 12/14/2009


Photo taken on December 13, 2009


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Arrived .. To carry out their part in Nature...

Arrived .. To carry out their part in Nature...
only two of multiple vultures ..
arrived for the road-kill ..
it was there on Saturday night ..
still there on Sunday, so they came in to do what they are designed to do ...

fascinating creatures and the part they play in Nature ..
although they soar, white feathers showing as they glide above ..
when they get down here, not handsome at all ..

-- from Vultures in Florida
"The black vulture is approximately twenty-two inches in height and weighs 3.8 to 5.1 pounds. Its wingspan is approximately fifty-four inches and the bird is a dull black. It can be distinguished by wrinkles that cover the head and face, it has white tips on the each wing, the tips of their bills are grayish in color, the legs are a whitish color, have rounded tails, and their feet extend past their tails during flight."


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