Last week we had massive groups of migrating turkey vultures at dusk and early morning on consecutive days. Here they are warming up in the dawn sun. Wild animals are the best — never gets old seeing them!
Wikipedia: “A group of vultures is called a kettle, committee or wake. The term kettle refers to vultures in flight, while committee refers to vultures resting on the ground or in trees. Wake is reserved for a group of vultures that are feeding.”
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