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What do you think this Texas bird is? (1 Viewer)

kevinsl06

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Seen in Texas. Anyone want to guess?
 

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Deb Burhinus

Used to be well known! 😎
Europe
juvenile Turkey Vulture (leucistic?)

(I have to say though the plumage looks better for a juvenile Lammergeier!!)
 
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kevinsl06

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It is a Turkey Vulture. When they perch for the night some end up above others and some time they have to go to the bathroom...
 

Nutcracker

Stop Brexit!
It is a Turkey Vulture. When they perch for the night some end up above others and some time they have to go to the bathroom...
Like this . . . 3:)


Translation:
"When those above look down, they see only shit
When those below look up, they see only ars*holes
This is known as hierarchy"
 

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Xenospiza

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Like this . . . 3:)


Translation:
"When those above look down, they see only shit
When those below look up, they see only ars*holes
This is known as hierarchy"
Proof that there is a sense of humour in Germany.

I had recognised that Turkey Vulture: I had those circling above me menacingly when cycling in Texas 25 years ago!
 
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