There are many Black Vultures in this area.
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Black vultures have a white underside.
Most mornings I would find black vultures perched on a lamp post in the parking lot on the north side of Beach Boulevard. I like how they evenly space themselves.
The next morning the black vultures were playing 'see how many birds fit on the lamp post'.
From over 30 foot in the air this black vulture watched me.
The colorful outer wing of a black vulture.
This wood stork appears to be sneaking up on the black vulture. In reality the wood storks were fishing in the water off to the left of this area and the vultures were waiting for leftovers.
There must be a dead something nearby.
These two are squabbling over the remains of an armadillo on the sidewalk.
The armadillos tend to move across the road much slower than the cars and the vultures clean up what is left.
All photos © S. M. Garver