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A Face Only a Mother Could Love

The Turkey Vulture is by far one of the least attractive of our feathered friends. Found in most regions of both North and South America the Turkey Vulture, also referred to in some areas as Turkey Buzzard or Buzzard, are a large bird reaching up two and half feet tall with a wing span of six feet. 48 more words


Brampton Spring: mimic

For some days now we have been scanning the skies for the early morning Buzzard whose call drifts across the village. The strange thing being that Buzzards are not normally early risers. 85 more words


“Goo” Friends are Great Friends

This past week was a very busy bee week….pun untended. Tuesday morning I received a call from an old cowboy down in the town of Porter. 1,467 more words


Black and White Tuesday: "18"

Riding the wind currents in West Virginia or the buffet is about to open. :-)


Heralds of Spring and Hospital commotions

What a difference a week makes, last week I set out to find the overdue early spring songsters and maybe a flyover sandmartin, but found winter thrushes and finches this week the spring has indeed sprung. 674 more words

A plan comes together

It’s a busy day today and everywhere seems crowded, we even had three buzzards wheeling over the sheep field when we stopped to look at the ewes this morning. 219 more words

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Buzzard's Day

March 15, 2016, has been named Buzzard’s Day. Here in Michigan, we have Turkey Buzzards or otherwise known as Turkey Vultures.

When the water down on the river flats goes down, carp and other aquatic wildlife are trapped in shallow pools.   138 more words