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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 ...

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Turkey Vultures are large dark birds with long, broad wings. Bigger than other raptors except eagles and condors, they have long "fingers" at their wingtips and  ...

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But if it's soaring with its wings raised in a V and making wobbly circles, it's likely a Turkey Vulture. These birds ride thermals in the sky and use their keen sense ...

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A familiar sight in the sky over much of North America is the dark, long-winged form of the Turkey Vulture, soaring high over the landscape. Most birds are ...

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Large raptor. Appears dark from a distance. Up close, dark brown above with bare red head. In flight, undersides of wings are two-toned; lighter on the entire ...

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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 call.

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Turkey Vulture habitat, behavior, diet, migration patterns, conservation status, and nesting.

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When threatened, turkey vultures protect themselves by hissing and vomiting powerful stomach acids.

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The most widespread vulture in North America, the turkey vulture is locally called “buzzard” in many areas. A turkey vulture standing on the ground can, at a ...