We counted birds several seasons at Pahranagat NWF, located In Central Nevada. We watch the turkey vultures arrived every night to roost in the trees on their journey north to their breeding areas. My husband did A daily count of the number. I never got tire of seeing the accumulation of the buzzards. There was a definite pecking order as the cultures settle in for the night.

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4 Responses to FRIDAY’S FEATHERS – OCTOBER 13, 2017

  1. inesephoto says:

    Stunning picture of these birds!

  2. DailyMusings says:

    wonderful flying captures Betty Louise! I love them all as you know!

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