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Two vultures are in a field, eating a dead clown.
One vulture says to the other, “Does this taste funny to you?”
Interesting Fact: Turkey Vultures nest in rock crevices, caves, ledges, thickets, mammal burrows and hollow logs, fallen trees, abandoned hawk or heron nests, and abandoned buildings. These nest sites are typically much cooler (by 13°F or more) than surroundings, and isolated from human traffic or disturbance. While they often feed near humans, Turkey Vultures prefer to nest far away from civilization. ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Turkey_Vulture/lifehistory )
Turkey Vultures are absolutely my favorite bird to see in the U. S.
They are quite i
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Wow, look at the details of the feathers…
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I love watching vultures. It’s obvious they just love flying.
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Funny title and funny opening joke. 😂
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We have a whole passel of turkey vultures nesting on the roof of St. Francis’ School, just across the street from us. I keep hoping they’re not waiting for me.
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Thank you for this! I only ever see them circling overhead.
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