Friday, January 3, 2014

Street Cleaner

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Turkey Vulture

As ugly as this may appear, Turkey Vultures serve a useful purpose. 



12 comments:

Andy said...

Your post title made me think you had gone to the big city. Instead I saw some great photos of natures way of cleaning up. Daniel you put a big smile on my face. Thank you.

Karen said...

We have them around here, and there is just something unsettling about them... reminds me of the grim reaper. (did I spell that right?)

Buttons said...

Oh they are so much nicer to see than the ones in the city. OK a little ugly but there in lies the charm:) B

Buttons said...

Oh they are so much nicer to see than the ones in the city. OK a little ugly but there in lies the charm:) B

Michelle said...

We have plenty in my area and couldn't do without them.

Stephen Hayes said...

Every creature serves a purpose, I think, even if we humans don't know what that purpose is. Fine shots of this important creature.

Pamela Gordon said...

Yes, they do. Gross but good. :)

Red said...

I wish they'd pick up the paper garbage too. Maybe if they learned to drink coffee they might pick up cups.

Terri Buster said...

Ugh, Mr Uggie himself! They do us all a favor when they clean up..but still...they are not the cutest birds in the bush.

Stephanie said...

An ugly bird that serves a good purpose.

Joke (Jokes Camera) said...

Wow, gorgeous pictures, Daniel. The bird is not the most beautiful, but they are very useful. Greetings from the Netherlands, Joke

lindaakacraftygardener said...

awesome photos of the turkey vultures ... we see them flying over the fields here but rarely do they land close enough for photos