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Birds of Kentucky: Black Vultures increasingly seen in Adair

2011-02-20 - Over Bull Run RD, Columbia, KY - Photo by Rodney Thompson.
Both Jon Halsey and Billy Joe Fudge have observed an increase in black vultures, with an increasing black to turkey vulture ratio. This black vulture sequence was photographed by Rodney Thompson and posted on October 19, 2009, with this information:Birds of KY: Black vulture flight over Bull Run, Adair Co., KY2009-10-19 - Bull Run RD, Columbia, KY - Photo by Rodney Thompson. Rodney Thompson caught this sequence of a black vulture flight over the Bull Run Creek area of Adair County. While the birds are not such a pretty sight as they do their clean-up work on the ground, they are majestic in flight. To submit your checklists in the Great Backyard Bird Count CLICK HERE For Columbia/Adair County, enter "Columbia, Kentucky" in the check boxes.

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