When Jon and I were in South Carolina, there was a point where we were driving on the highway and I saw a big flock of black birds. At first I thought they were crows because they were big black birds. But the bodies were too thick to be crows. And thus I came across [...]
Category Archive for 'vulture'
Turkey vultures are very common in California. I usually seem them hovering above open fields. Here is a picture of one up close from the San Francisco Zoo. Below is the best picture that I’ve taken so far. You can see that his beak is white and you can almost make out the black ring [...]
For the most part, the San Francisco Zoo is very good about creating environments for the animals that are large and comfortable. The lovebirds, for example, had two large caged areas attached with a tunnel. The birds inside were very happy. There was one exhibit, however, that was really awful for the birds. The hawks, [...]