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Pretty cool shot Chickie :)
You caught him with his wings out. Nice!
Nice picture chickiemama! thanks
Thank you Monica, Maryrob and robryan.
Very nice catch chickie - the wings look like they have a nice pattern on them. Thanks.
Great capture,I love the wings spread out,thanks Chickie.
If I ever saw these guys coming anywhere near me, I'd be jumping up and down screaming get away from me I'm still very much alive you old vultures! L.O.L. Those things have always scared the beejeebees out of me!
fodus, here is one I took a pic of in October of 2011.http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=96JC5YJZThank you fodus, morris, Gene, Hanne, jcarroll and islandflyer. LOL jc.
Nice chickiemama. I've seen them in the air but not on the ground.
Nice one, chickie! Everytime I see them circling overhead, I repeat to myself, act alive. LOL!
What a large wing span!! It's very impressing!! Thanks so very much Sandy!!
great photo Sandy and thanks for sharing......dreat set
I have fodus!
Wouldn't you just love to see one of these flying closely overhead?
Thanks for your story lauralyn.Yes it is morris.
Quite the wingspan!Interesting story, lauralyn!
That's neat seeing a turkey buzzard in full wing spread. In middle Georgia, there is a native American archeological site named Rock Eagle with a huge turkey buzzard just like your photograph that was made with stones piled up. From the ground it just looks like rocks, but from the viewing tower you can really see it. There is a 4-H Camp there and they always knew it was a turkey buzzard, but decided that an eagle made a better camp name.