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The black vulture (Coragyps atratus), also known as the American black vulture, is a bird in the New World vulture family whose range extends from the ...

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Whereas Turkey Vultures are lanky birds with teetering flight, Black Vultures are compact birds ... Range map provided by Birds of North AmericaExplore Maps ...

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Black Vultures are large raptors. In flight, they hold their broad, rounded wings flat and angled slightly forward. The tail is very short and rounded. They have ...

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Black Vultures live year-round in forested and open areas of the eastern and southern United States south to South America. They have expanded their range  ...

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Shorter wings and tail make it appear smaller than Turkey Vulture, but looks are deceptive: ... the same, and aggressive Black Vultures often drive Turkey Vultures away from food. ... In Latin America, often common around cities and towns.

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Along with the Turkey Vulture, the Black Vulture is one of the most abundant New World vultures. In North America, these Vultures are known to breed ...

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Jan 25, 2018 ... Large and fascinating birds, American black vultures live in the southern USA and are common in Central and South America.

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Black Vulture, adult showing pale bill and dark gray skin on head, ... to Turkey Vulture and several other related vultures that occur in Central and South America.

www.beautyofbirds.com/blackvultures.html

American Black Vultures: Comprehensive information on this vulture species, including distribution, description and photos, behavior, diet and breeding.