Turkey Vulture

October 24, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

We have all seen them on a warm summer day circling overhead, riding the thermals, gliding through the air without flapping their wings. They appear completely black when soaring high in the sky, but actually their flight feathers are a silver gray underneath. Here is one in Legg Park that is getting ready to take flight on wings that can span up to 6 feet. It may not seem as majestic as an Eagle but it is beautiful in its own way.

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