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His past study of turkey vultures in Land Park helped explain why hundreds of these huge birds tended to congregate in one location (much to some residents’ chagrin).
In the future, Graves hopes to look even deeper into the turkey vulture’s sense of smell.
An estimated 18 million turkey vultures roam the globe, according to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Above the media, black turkey vultures circled, which struck me as somewhat redundant.
Roadkill on our highways has created what amounts to a massive network of turkey vulture smorgasbords, crisscrossing the nation.
The turkey vulture, in contrast with the Bicknell’s thrush, is thriving.
Foxes, turkey vultures, raccoons, and other scavengers are commonly seen helping themselves to decomposing bodies.
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Definition of turkey vulture for English Language Learners
: a large American bird that eats dead animals
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