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Turkey Wrinkles

By tonyguitar
Every once-in-a-while there may be a decent image from me. Using high quality Jpeg now instead of medium quality. Probably helps. TG

Tags: Birds Birds of prey Vulture Turkey vulture Wildlife and nature Big birds

Voters: NDODS, mikbee, richmowil and 12 more

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6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2014 12:14AM
Not the prettiest bird but a great profile shot nevertheless Tony.

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

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mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
19 Aug 2014 12:20AM
Well,good looks are not everything as they say Tony !!
Good shot.
tonyguitar 4 55 32 Canada
19 Aug 2014 12:38AM
Thanks. Ever inching towards better quality... TG
Great shot, Tony.

They sure are ugly birds, who fulfill a critical place in our ecosystem.

tonyguitar 4 55 32 Canada
19 Aug 2014 3:37AM
So true Peter. If Monsanto chemicals begin to affect these janitors who help is for free like they hit our honey bees who also work for us.., we will be knee deep in the worst kind of filth.
Thanks for click and an opportunity to honour Mr. Wrinkles. TG
Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2014 6:50AM
May be an ugly blighter, but sure taste good. Unless your a vegan of course. In which case he'll die of old age with even more wrinkles. Good shot though Tony.
7 10 10 England
19 Aug 2014 8:12AM
The detail in the head is top class Tony. Only his mother thought he was handsome.Grin
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 96 14 United Kingdom
19 Aug 2014 12:02PM
Really like this a lot Tony, a gtreat captureSmile

griz11 2 2 United States
19 Aug 2014 2:25PM
Nice shot of the Turkey Buzzard. The are plentiful in these parts. I was driving to to the store awhile back and saw a pack of them on a deer. I was gone a few hours and when I came back by only bones were left. They sometimes congregate on an old dead tree near my house. I've been trying to get a shot of them but always seem to be without camera when they are there.
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
19 Aug 2014 4:18PM
mmmmmm!! great shot, good focus right on the eye and those marvelous wrinkles!
tonyguitar 4 55 32 Canada
20 Aug 2014 6:40AM
Ahhh, You are so kind...but Mr wrinkles deserves the credit. When next to fish on the beach, they let you get quite close. TG

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