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  1. White-backed Vultures

    White-backed Vultures

    I just loved the way they were framed against the setting sun!
  2. White-backed Vulture

    White-backed Vulture

  3. African White-backed Vulture

    African White-backed Vulture

    Sitting on a nest with one young bird.
  4. Four African Vultures

    Four African Vultures

    This is a picture I took on the last trip to Senegal. I think it's a good portrait of four African Vultures. From left to right: Hooded Vulture, Rppell's Griffon, Eurasian Griffon and White-backed Vulture. During the next trip It would be good to add a Lappet-faced and a White-headed Vulture on...
  5. White-backed Vulture

    White-backed Vulture

  6. White-backed Vultures (Gyps africanus)

    White-backed Vultures (Gyps africanus)

    These White-backed Vultures are working on a giraffe carcass on the bank of the Sabi River
  7. African White-backed Vulture

    African White-backed Vulture

    African White-backed Vulture, roosting in a tree
  8. White-backed Vultures (Gyps africanus)

    White-backed Vultures (Gyps africanus)

    White-backed Vultures (Gyps africanus) feeding on a rhino carcass, Mala Mala Reserve, South Africa. The smell was overwhelming.
  9. White-backed Vulture

    White-backed Vulture

  10. White-backed Vulture in flight

    White-backed Vulture in flight

  11. White-backed Vulture

    White-backed Vulture

    I have two photos of the same bird. The first looked like it was leaning too much forward, the second (this one) like it was leaning a little too much backwards. I cannot remember the angle of the real bird, so I went with this photo.
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