Turkey Vultures: Symbols of death and decay

Scavenging Nature: Turkey Vultures (Cathartes aura) are carrion-eating birds that primarily feed

Appearance: Turkey Vultures have distinctive red heads without feathers

Cultural Beliefs: Throughout history and across various cultures, vultures have been associated 

Efficient Cleaners: Despite their negative connotations, Turkey Vultures play a crucial ecological role as nature's cleanup crew. 

Flight Patterns: Turkey Vultures are skilled soarers, using thermal air currents to glide effortlessly for hours in search of carrion.

Social Behavior: Turkey Vultures are social birds that often gather in large group

Conservation Concerns: While not currently threatened, Turkey Vultures face risks from habitat loss,




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