Tag Archives: vulture
I think I could do a long series on snags – they are my favorite tree. Mostly because the birds like them so much. Wild Rivers, Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, New Mexico, USA.
Today I want honor some of my favorites: a beautiful bobcat, an unlucky vulture that lingered too long over carrion in the road, a slightly dramatic ground squirrel, and a low-flying duck.
Heron Lake State Park, New Mexico, USA.
Caballo Lake State Park, New Mexico, USA.
for a house to die?
Near Hitchcock, Oklahoma, USA.
Keeping an eye on you. Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA.
You know, I can see you. Turkey vulture, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA.
I have felt like apologizing for all the bird photos, but then when this one just poses so nicely on a pole by the road – what can I do? Turkey vulture, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA.
A tree laden with turkey vultures near the Gila Cliff Dwellings, New Mexico. I try to have my Friday Fences photos feature the fence, but this one is really about the buzzards.
Turkey vultures are summer birds here – they recently left for parts south. . . . . Often when we hike in the early mornings, we see them in what is locally called a ‘vulture tree’ – often a dead … Continue reading
(The first part was posted here) The sky was blue and clear when we started kayaking on the Rio Grande but soon the smoke from Arizona wildfires blew over the Caballo mountains. Smoke filled Palomas Gap and within an hour … Continue reading