Nothing like looking out the kitchen window in the morning and seeing a black vulture staring back at you. These fellows typically gather atop the highest local point, a nearby cell tower from which they launch their sorties. We’ve never seen them light in the trees.

10 thoughts on “Breakfast buzzard

    1. LOL! Yeah, I wanted to tell him, “hey, I’m not roadkill,” and “isn’t a little early to be staring inside someone’s window?” He moved off about 40 minutes after the shots were taken.

  1. Wow, now that’s different! I haven’t experienced that before, but I think I would feel very uncomfortable, hoping they didn’t know something I didn’t.

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