This observation is a continuation of an earlier post documenting observations made at an active Black Vulture nest. The previous article can be found here: Black Vulture – Nest Update 14.

The Black Vulture chick was on his own today when we arrived today. He was hidden deep in the landscaping, seeking solace from the beating sun. He came out briefly, and spent the majority of this time preening his newly developed feathers.

This observation is continued here: Black Vulture – Nest Update the Last

Observations Details

County Denton
City Denton
Date Jun 23, 2012
Time of Day Noon
Temperature Hot (greater than 89°F/32°C)
Weather Partly Cloudy
Habitat Community-Church/School/Civic
Type of Behavior Care of Young
Gender Uncertain
Maturity Juvenile
Observer Chris Jackson
Main Article Black Vulture Observation Location

One Reply to “Black Vulture – Nest Update 15”

  1. We have a 3 month old that started coming around today. The mother (morticia) was with her. We feed mom and dad chicken or beef. What can we feed the baby as I think it is to young to eat small chunks of food?

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