The turkey vulture (Cathartes aura), also known in some North American regions
as the turkey buzzard (or just buzzard), and in some areas of the Caribbean as ...
Learn how to identify Turkey Vulture, its life history, cool facts, sounds and calls,
and watch videos. If you've gone looking for raptors on a clear day, your heart ...
Did you know? The Turkey Vulture is one of the few birds able to use its sense of
smell to locate food. Turkey Vultures don't have a voicebox. They can't sing or ...
With a bright, pinkish-red head, brownish-black plumage and a two metre
wingspan, the turkey vulture is a highly distinctive bird of prey. The head is almost
Turkey vulture Cathartes aura. Identification Tips: Length: 25 inches Wingspan:
72 inches; Sexes similar; Very large, broad-winged, soaring bird; Long and ...
Vultures feed exclusively on carrion. Most scientists now believe turkey vultures
and black vultures are more closely related to storks than to other raptors.
All about the Turkey Vulture, its scientific names, common names, description,
behavior, range, habitats and life cycle.
Turkey Vulture: Medium vulture, mostly black with red, featherless head and
upper neck. Wings are held in a shallow V in flight. One of the few birds of prey
Turkey Vultures are black with a bare reddish head. They have a yellow bill and
yellow feet. The flight feathers of this bird are silvery-colored, and you can see ...
The turkey vulture is 25-32 inches in length with a wingspan of 5-6 feet. It has a
blackish-brown body; a long, rounded tail; and a featherless, wrinkled, small red