Turkey Vultures continue soaring above us; their dips, glides, and swoops are so entertaining.
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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.
I stepped outside to see one, three, seven, eleven Turkey vultures soaring on an unfavourable wind, trying to gain an advantage during their migration. Two turn downwind, I suppose preparing to get a head of steam up to attack the wind.
I arrived home this afternoon ready to go inside. I stepped out of the car, took a moment to look up, and saw quite a few Turkey vultures were soaring directly overhead. After scrambling to get my camera out of the car I was fortunate to capture two of these remarkably graceful animals.