The Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura, is a bird found throughout most of the Americas. It is a scavenger and feeds almost exclusively on carrion.
Evidence for the existence of turkey vultures in Ann Arbor
- "Large bird, red head, eating roadkill. Middle of the road, stopping traffic. Significant wingspan. It stood about 18 inches high." Ann Arbor Chronicle via Sabra Briere, June 2011
- "Uh oh, just saw two turkey vultures eating something fluffy by the side of the road. Hope everyone already got their baskets..." , Julie Weatherbee, April 2010
- Heritage Media, June 2010
- Ann Arbor News, What are all those turkey vultures up to?, October 2008
How lucky you are to have such a wonderful natural event so close to home!
- Turkey vultures stories on AnnArbor.com
- Turkey vultures stories on Ann Arbor Chronicle
- Turkey vultures stories on Ann Arbor Observer
- Turkey vultures stories in Heritage Media newspapers
- Turkey vultures stories in the Google News archives