| What a cheery sight when you are eating your evening meal outside.|
Is this Turkey Vulture scoping out a snack? © SB
In Saskatchewan, there seems to be an increasing population of Turkey Vultures, which now nest in abandoned barns and other buildings, as opposed to their traditional caves and natural crannies.
Part of the fun of spotting these large birds in flight is the chance to look for wing tags — which these particular birds lacked. So we don't know where they were born, but here they are, flying over Walsh Acres, Regina, Saskatchewan.
Magnificent — and to my mind, tropical — backyard birds.What are these? Turkey Vultures
|Okay, here's the pair of Turkey Vultures - and no wing tags on either,|
even when I zoom in (to my great disappointment!) © SB
Location: Backyard, Regina, Saskatchewan
Photo date: May 8, 2016.