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Black Vulture (Coragyps atratus), Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura), and Snail Kites (Rostrhamus sociabilis) are common in the study area, and I identified these species as migrants only if they passed the lookout from the south using unidirectional flight and flying high.
] So goes the final frame in a humorous comic called "Birds are Gross," in which artist and field naturalist Rosemary Mosco highlights the virtues of the turkey vulture.
Normally, we talk about the turkey vulture, a very common large bird in Kentucky.
Climbing upwards, the homes become smaller, the streets narrower, gutters overflow with dirty water and turkey vultures swoop down to pick through the garbage strewn in the streets.
The highlight of the day will be the release of a rehabilitated hawk and a turkey vulture by hockey great Mike Richter and a former student.
A team from Falconry Days will be showing off 20 different species, ranging from a turkey vulture to barn owls, as well as putting on a display of their flying skills in the main arena.
CAPTION(S): BIRD'S EYE VIEW: Sandy Wood holds a turkey vulture at the Picnic in the Priory event LIVING HISTORY: Kath Appleton, left, was dressed as a monk to be the storyteller at the Priory event, with families enjoying a day in the sunshine, far left LIGHTS ALIVE: Lantern bearers walk to the Infinity Bridge, above and left, for the anniversary celebrations ON TARGET: Elijah Holmes, left, is introduced to archery, while Teigen Bashford from Saltburn tries fencing BLOOMING GOOD DAY: Maiya Norton, eight, from Eston explores a Wendy house, above, as two-year-old Jemma Rigby, from Ingleby Barwick, enjoys an ice cream.
People pump gas, wash windows, pop their hoods and check the oil and turkey vultures make large passing shadows, ticking across the lot as time ticks across the face of a clock, and yet that is not right either, that is too easy, we have all come here to wait for something to die and to eat.