Vulture Babies

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There is this secluded corner of the building at work where the Vultures return year after year to lay their eggs.  I believe these to be Black Vultures.  There are two baby birds this year, and typically they will stick around for about three months or so.  This spot is next to a conference room, so you can take pictures through the dusty windows without disturbing the family.  It is a unique experience to watch them grow up, learn to fly, and then leave this temporary home for another one.

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One comment on “Vulture Babies

  1. […] The vulture babies have almost grown up.  One of them has already grown taller than the parent.  They are shedding their fluffy parts for real feathers, and soon they will learn to fly so they can take off on adventures of their own. […]

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