Primary feathers extended, right wing and head highlighted by the early evening sun, a Turkey Vulture effortlessly soars.
One thing I am doing today is admiring this Turkey Vultures’ graceful soaring.
A Turkey Vulture rides the wind, just before a thunderstorm arrives.
Two Turkey Vultures return to their roost ahead of an evening thundershower. Such graceful birds, it is a pleasure to watch then soar, rock, and wheel on the wind.
A foursome of Turkey vultures wheels and soars.
Caught in evening light and shadow, a Turkey Vulture soars.
Two Mute Swans dabble for good bits.
On this, Faye’s first free evening after 43? straight at work, we spent time on the deck. We derived a lot of pleasure from watching Turkey Vultures soaring, wheeling, checking. There are how many in sight?
It has been a good evening.
The Turkey Vultures will depart soon. I will enjoy watching them soar over our neighbourhood until they do.
While a Turkey Vulture may, close-up, have an appearance that only a mother can love, It is marvellously graceful in the air and truly pleasurable to watch.