Date: 1/4/19 1:03 pm
From: <chrwsu...>
Subject: Re: [Maine-birds] Turkey Vulture




Maybe that was an old checklist, because 25 years ago, at the Farmington landfill, one could count as many as 40 Turkey Vultures roosting in a dead tree.&nbsp; I used to scan them carefully, looking for a Black Vulture, to no avail.&nbsp; The dump is no more (recycling facility now), and the vultures have found another roost.

Wally S.


On Fri, 4 Jan 2019 10:48:14 -0500, Linda Scotland wrote:

Wow. Times have changed! There is a turkey vulture soaring above the Cape Neddick River right now. Twenty years ago they weren’t even listed as a species found in Maine in the summer.

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