Friday, January 1, 2010

Turkey Vulture in flight

Turkey Vulture
Photographed in South Ga

(click to enlarge)

Thanks for stopping by,

Craig Glenn


Lynne at Hasty Brook said...

Love these pix of my favorite bird. Send them back up here in spring!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Craig: You have this bird on wing photography down to a science. You have to give me some tips. Do they fly lower in the South?

Craig Glenn said...

Hi Lynne,

We are covered up with 'em! Thanks for stoppin' by.

Hi Tom,

Thanks, It's not me it's the new camera for sure.


√ Abraham Lincoln said...

I think these are magnificent birds and valuable for any environment. They clean up a lot of messes from our Interstate highway system.

I have found some nice photos from 2007 and 2008 that I would like to use in my blogs but last night was a bad night for me and I didn't get much rest. Most of the time I had one coughing fit after another. I thought I would try to just say, "thanks" to those who stopped today. I appreciate the comments, visits and prayers. I hope things will get back to normal soon.

Craig Glenn said...

Thanks Abe,

I hope you are feeling better soon!


Ruth's Photo Blog said...

You are getting some great pictures of the birds.Happy New Year.

Craig Glenn said...

Thank you Ruth! :)

Gaelyn said...

Great captures Craig. Around here the return of the Turkey vultures is a first sign of Spring.

kaholly said...

WOW! I just returned from a visit to S. TX where I tried to capture a few photos of Turkey Vultures, and was quite pleased with myself, until I saw yours!! Well done!

Craig Glenn said...

Gaelyn: Thanks I can't wait for spring.

KaHolly: Thanks so much. Trust me it's more about the camera than me!


Steve Borichevsky said...

I'm liking your birds in flight photos!

Craig Glenn said...

Thanks Steve! (sent you an email)


yourbird feeder said...

What great pictures. I really enjoyed them.

Elaine said...

More lovely flight shots!