|Calendar||Top of Virginia Artisan Trail|
|Location||The Winchester Book Gallery, 185 North Loudoun Street, Winchester, VA 22601 United States|
|Date||Friday, April 7, 2017 at 6:00pm - 8:00pm|
|Additional Info Link||http://www.winchesterbookgallery.com|
|Event Contact Emailfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Perfectly adapted to its place in nature, the vulture retains its bad reputation. But is it deserved?
Turkey vultures, the most widely distributed and abundant scavenging birds of prey on the planet, are found from central Canada to the southern tip of Argentina, and nearly everywhere in between. In the United States we sometimes call them buzzards; in parts of Mexico the name is aura cabecirroja, in Uruguay jote cabeza colorada, and in Ecuador gallinazo aura. A huge bird, the turkey vulture is a familiar sight from culture to culture, in both hemispheres. But despite being ubiquitous and recognizable, the turkey vulture has never had a book of literary nonfiction devoted to it—until Vulture. NATURE - BIRDWATCHING
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