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This Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura, was photographed in Panama, as part of a research project utilizing motion-activated camera-traps. You are invited to go WILD on Smithsonian’s interactive Continue Reading

This Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura, was photographed in Panama, as part of a research project utilizing motion-activated camera-traps. You are invited to go WILD on Smithsonian’s interactive Continue Reading

This Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura, was photographed in Panama, as part of a research project utilizing motion-activated camera-traps. You are invited to go WILD on Smithsonian’s interactive Continue Reading

This Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura, was photographed in Panama, as part of a research project utilizing motion-activated camera-traps. You are invited to go WILD on Smithsonian’s interactive Continue Reading

This Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura, was photographed in Panama, as part of a research project utilizing motion-activated camera-traps. You are invited to go WILD on Smithsonian’s interactive Continue Reading

An old Turkey Vulture with a dead fish (probabaly a carp) at Grapevine Lake on October 8, 2012. Large Size Posted by TexasEagle on 2012-10-15 01:25:05 Tagged: Continue Reading

This Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura, was photographed in Panama, as part of a research project utilizing motion-activated camera-traps. You are invited to go WILD on Smithsonian’s interactive Continue Reading

This Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura, was photographed in Panama, as part of a research project utilizing motion-activated camera-traps. You are invited to go WILD on Smithsonian’s interactive Continue Reading

This Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura, was photographed in Panama, as part of a research project utilizing motion-activated camera-traps. You are invited to go WILD on Smithsonian’s interactive Continue Reading

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