Date: 11/20/18 6:01 pm
From: Brad Dinerman <bdinerman...>
Subject: RE: [MASSBIRD] Blue Hills Black Vulture
I posted photos of the black vultures sitting on the museum's roof. They're very photogenic and tolerant of people. The photos were taken two weeks ago, so you'll see the fall foliage which has since faded. The vultures still take to the roof, however, as well as to the trees with the turkey vultures.

The photos are on my website at if anyone wants to see them.

-Brad Dinerman

From: <massbird-approval...> <massbird-approval...> On Behalf Of Stuart Walker
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 7:23 PM
To: <Massbird...>
Subject: [MASSBIRD] Blue Hills Black Vulture

There was one Black Vulture present at the Mass Audubon Trailside Museum at the Blue Hills at the Milton/Canton line at 3:30 this afternoon (11/20). It was sitting low, just above the Bald Eagle cage, and was very tolerant of my close presence.
The light was fading, but I was able to appreciate the dark density of its black plumage compared to the several TUVUs roosting nearby, and its dark gray wrinkled facial skin.

Stuart Walker
Jamaica Plain, MA

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