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Turkey Foot Falls located in the William B. Bankhead National Forest. Northwest Alabama





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Nervously watching the photographer as it scurries away.



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Turkey Vulture at Bombay Hook NWR in Delaware.


The light in this shot was perfect to show the feather detail. Not everyones favorite bird but I enjoy watching them soar so effortlessly.


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Emecik, Datça, Muğla, Turkey. 17-8-2014.


One of many islands off the coast of Datça Peninsula...


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Really called a Turkey Vulture, and I do like them so much!

Good ole Turkey Foot Falls.....dumb name, beautiful place.

A landscape photograph of the Turkey Point Lighthouse that overlooks the Chesapeake Bay in Elk Neck State Park Maryland. Photographed by: Melissa Fague.


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Turkey vulture. A Sunday morning treat, just down the street from my sisters house.


Jose Feliciano: Old Turkey Buzzard:

Turkey Vulture looking for a meal.

Mengen Creek, somewhere in Bolu Province, Turkey. 1-11-2014.


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Shot this in my backyard the other day, These turkeys are everywhere.

Lockheed Martin (TUSAS) F-16CJ Fighting Falcon


MSN: 4R-115.


Meeting à Saragosse en Espagne. Tiger Meet.


From 192 Filo "Kaplan" based at Balikesir, Turkey. Special scheme for the Nato Tiger Meet. Seen here at the 2016 event hosted at Saragossa Air Base.


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Kusadasi City at dawn


Young Turkey getting a better view


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Turkey Lays @ 2007 Albuquerque International Balloon Festival.

This is Turkey Foot Falls in the Sipsey Wilderness. This was my last stop of the day yesterday and I am glad I made this walk. There is another waterfall a few 100 yards up the canyon from where this is but I was afraid it was going to get dark before we could leave. Its amazing how dark this little canyon is. I am so glad we went ahead and make this hike.


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Good ole Turkey Foot Falls in the Sipsey Wilderness.

Turkey Shed twixt Wind turbines nr Weston Longville in a "Wizard Of Oz"-esque style.

a view from golyazi in bursa in turkey

Turkey Vulture: Cathartes aura

The annual Turkey Bowl football game and Thanksgiving feast are a long-standing tradition at the IAA.


Taken at Whipsnade Zoo and edited in Affinity for the iPad Pro

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Turkey vulture (Cathartes aura) also know as a Turkey buzzard. Saw him on a deer carcass off the road a piece. It flew off as I parked but after a fifteen minute wait, he returned and perched on this post. He wasn't too comfortable with me there.

South Hanover, Pennsylvania.

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The Library of Celsus in Ephesus is one of the best preserved sites.

Turkey vulture, Mountsberg Raptor Centre.

From Wikipedia:

'Turkey turning his back on me in a country garden!The domesticated turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) is a large poultry bird, one of the two species in the genus Meleagris and the same as the wild turkey. It was domesticated by the indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica at least 2,000 years ago, with the evidence pointing to what are today the central regions of Mexico.[1]


Turkey meat is a popular form of poultry, and turkeys are raised throughout temperate parts of the world, partially because industrialized farming has made it very cheap for the amount of meat it produces. Female domesticated turkeys are referred to as hens and the chicks may be called poults or turkeylings. In the United States, the males are referred to as toms, while in Europe, males are stags. The average lifespan for a domesticated turkey is ten years.[citation needed]


The great majority of domesticated turkeys are bred to have white feathers because their pin feathers are less visible when the carcass is dressed, although brown or bronze-feathered varieties are also raised. The fleshy protuberance atop the beak is the snood, and the one attached to the underside of the beak is known as a wattle.'


was an ancient Greek city in Aeolis,

currently located 26 kilometres (16 mi) from the Aegean Sea on a promontory on the north side of the river Caicus


Today, the main sites of ancient Pergamon are to the north and west of the modern city of Bergama in Turkey.



April 2014


This made Explore Aug 3, 2009 #456



Turkey Vulture

Just Waiting For Death To Provide A Meal!


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This particular bird resides at the Alberta Birds of Prey Centre in Coaldale, southern Alberta, a wonderful place that rehabilitates and releases (whenever possible) various birds of prey - hawks, falcons, owls, Bald Eagles, Turkey Vultures, and Golden Eagles. Some of these birds act as Wildlife Ambassadors, too, educating the public away from the Centre.


It had been a few years since my last visit there - I've been maybe three or four times - and I had been longing to go back. Much too far and all new driving territory for me to even think about driving there myself. However, about six weeks ago, on 9 September 2016, that is exactly what I did. A friend had said she would come along, too, but she emailed me at 1:00 am to say that she assumed the trip had been cancelled, as she hadn't heard back about the time to meet. In fact, I had sent two emails giving the time, so I don't know what happened there. Very unfortunate, as it would have been great to have had company on such a long drive and I know she would have had lots of fun with her camera.


I knew it would be a long day and further than I would normally drive - and in a brand new car that I was still learning to drive! It didn't look or feel quite as new after travelling 481 km! Only got lost twice, one minor and the other major. Must have taken a wrong turn somewhere down south and I ended up in the city of Lethbridge, that I had very carefully planned to avoid. After three and three-quarter hours, I finally arrived, to my huge relief.


Despite getting there later than I had hoped, I still had plenty of time to wander round the grounds and photograph the various raptors. Some were tethered out in a couple of grassy areas and others were in outdoor cages. Wonderful to get such a close look at the various majestic birds.


I took a slightly different way home via #845 (?) making absolutely sure that I didn't accidentally find myself in Lethbridge again and it wasn't too long before I found myself in the area that I had driven a few weeks before, when I went SW of Vulcan to look for Common Nighthawks (without any luck). Just so happy that I finally made myself do this drive. When I Googled the Centre's website, I had discovered that they were closing two days later for the winter. So, it was either a case of going when I did or not at all till next May onward.


The very next day, 10 September 2016, I took my daughter on a long drive in Kananaskis. This was yet another place that I had longed to be able to drive for many years - and finally I did it! I had been lots of times with various friends, but this was the very first time I had ever driven myself.

I would name him Kerouac if he were my turkey.

Portrait of a turkey vulture.


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