A small group of migrating Turkey Vultures observed over Carrollton, Texas. These groups of migrating vultures can also become quite large. See this article for details: Turkey Vulture – Sky Full of Birds

Observation Details

DateOct 6, 2012
Time of DayAfternoon
TemperatureCool (50-69°F/10-21°C)
HabitatResidential-Single Family
Type of BehaviorMigration
ObserverChris Jackson

4 Replies to “Turkey Vulture – Fall Migration”

  1. I saw my first vulture migration this afternoon. It stretched a mile or more in each direction and there must have been thousands. They were flying in a SW direction at a higher than normal altitude. It was quite a sight.
    Wimberley, Texas

  2. Yesterday, October 16th late in the afternoon, I saw my first migration of what looked like vultures in the hundreds going south over our house in the Old Lake Highlands area in Dallas, TX. Fascinating, but kinda scary sight.

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