The Turkey Vulture (eBird description) is the most common vulture in Atenas and maybe in all of Costa Rica followed closely by the Black Vulture that I’ve seen more of in some wilderness areas. It is found throughout all the Americas. Today’s was flying above my house in Atenas. See my other photos in GALLERY Turkey Vulture — Zopilote Cabecirrojo.
I actually photographed it on the U.S. Thanksgiving Day this year, the closest thing I had to turkey that day! 🙂
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You would have had a field day photographing turkey vultures over my house yesterday. More than 50 of them circled the neighborhood for hours. I didn’t try to find out why. 🙂