Black Vulture name contest, #2

January 11, 2008
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulture
A group of vultures is occasionally called a venue, and when circling in the air a group of vultures is called a kettle.

http://vulturesociety.homestead.com/
some fascinating facts here

That seems to be what I can find quickly.
m

At 05:54 AM 1/11/2008, you wrote:

These are Black Vultures because they have the black bare skin heads. The
Turkey Vultures have a really ugly red skinned head.

There is a Mexican Buzzard that they call a Caracara that looks more like a
small Eagle than a vulture.

Not sure what you call a big group of them but if they invite you over for
dinner it is enough to

GAG-A-GAL

or

GAG-A-GUY!

These were eating a road killed armadillo. Keith Kridler Mt. Pleasant, Texas


 

One response to “Black Vulture name contest, #2”

  1. Wendy Akers says:

    Message text written by “Melissa M. Reading” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulture A group of vultures is occasionally called a venue, and when circling in the air a group of vultures is called a kettle.
    http://vulturesociety.homestead.com/ some fascinating facts here
    That seems to be what I can find quickly. m
    And when circling just above your head they are called “very frightening”
    James Akers
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