Just a few pictures of a Turkey Vulture flyby. Of note here is the Turkey Vulture’s distinctive pink head and white bill. In the air, Turkey Vultures are easy to distinguish from other large birds of prey by the silvery feathers running along the length of the trailing edge of the vulture’s wing.

Turkey Vulture - Flyby

Turkey Vulture - Flyby

Turkey Vulture - Flyby

Turkey Vulture - Flyby

Turkey Vulture - Flyby

Observation Details

County Dallas
City Seagoville
Date Mar 24, 2013
Time of Day Morning
Temperature Cool (50-69°F/10-21°C)
Weather Clear
Habitat Water-Bog/Marsh/Swamp
Type of Behavior Flying
Gender Uncertain
Maturity Adult
Observer Chris Jackson
Main Article Turkey Vulture Observation Location