Black Vultures are a much-maligned species, and are often blamed for human-wildlife conflicts. Many of these conflicts result from human neglect and lack of knowledge about living with wildlife. When I stumbled upon a roost site that was regularly used by a large group of Black Vultures I decided to use the opportunity to highlight their unique personalities through photography to help illustrate that while they live in groups, these groups are family groups similar to our own families made up of unique family members. It was a rainy September day and these birds were perched on the railing of a boat dock. I liked the juxtaposition created by the crouched bird in the foreground and the standing bird in the background.
|Photo Location:||Galena, Ohio, United States of America|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 90D|
|Copyright:||© Casey Tucker|