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Old Apr 19, 2010, 8:50 AM   #11
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#10 - Geier (Vulture)... no clue what kind of vulture


#10 - Eurasian Black Vulture (also known as Cinereous or Monk Vulture)
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Old Apr 20, 2010, 12:30 AM   #12
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#10 - Eurasian Black Vulture (also known as Cinereous or Monk Vulture)
That's cool - thanks a lot Woodbadger
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Well, its hard to pick a favorite... I'm partial to eagles and the Goldie you captured is quite nice. You first one is the strangest bird I think I've ever seen, looks like a mix of our white Ibis, Glossy Ibis with a touch of Turkey vulture thrown in just for laughs.
And the Black Stork is a real beauty! go work all around, Markus!
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Well, its hard to pick a favorite... I'm partial to eagles and the Goldie you captured is quite nice. You first one is the strangest bird I think I've ever seen, looks like a mix of our white Ibis, Glossy Ibis with a touch of Turkey vulture thrown in just for laughs.
And the Black Stork is a real beauty! go work all around, Markus!
Thank you so much for commenting - the first one is a REALLY strange and ugly bird... take a look at this link to get some interesting informations about these birds!

BTW, this shot and the one of the Black Stork are my wife's shots
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