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OspreyLand-Live Entertainment Turkey Buzzards #38600
04/17/12 03:50 PM
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I counted about 12 of them so now there is no question spring has arrived. I am not happy with any of these so now I have to go back and try again????

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Re: OspreyLand-Live Entertainment Turkey Buzzards [Re: Wacky roger] #38604
04/18/12 01:45 PM
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As usual, Roger, excellent work! I have always wanted to see one in the flesh. You gave me as close a view as I think I am going to get any time soon. :P

James

Re: OspreyLand-Live Entertainment Turkey Buzzards [Re: Wacky roger] #38608
04/18/12 06:50 PM
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Nice shots, Roger. We have the ubiquitous Turkey Vulture and the Black Vulture as well. They are both huge and both soar on those rising thermals. Recently, I've seen more of the Black Vultures than the Turkey variety. Here's a sample:



James, you have different kinds of vultures in NYC wink.

Jim


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Re: OspreyLand-Live Entertainment Turkey Buzzards [Re: James Morrissey] #38609
04/19/12 09:03 AM
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Originally Posted By: James Morrissey
As usual, Roger, excellent work! I have always wanted to see one in the flesh. You gave me as close a view as I think I am going to get any time soon. :P

James



I do plan on going back and trying for some better shots.


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Re: OspreyLand-Live Entertainment Turkey Buzzards [Re: Jim Garvie] #38610
04/19/12 09:04 AM
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Originally Posted By: jimgarvie
Nice shots, Roger. We have the ubiquitous Turkey Vulture and the Black Vulture as well. They are both huge and both soar on those rising thermals. Recently, I've seen more of the Black Vultures than the Turkey variety. Here's a sample:



James, you have different kinds of vultures in NYC wink.

Jim



I have never seen a Black Vulture, but maybe some day.


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