Vulture bird information


This article gives the information about the bird Vulture.

Vulture the scavenger bird love to eat Dead animals! Do you know, the Vulture can eat the flesh of a small animal in just 30 minutes.

How to vultures find their food? They can small or see things from far away. As soon as they find a dead animal lying, they come swooping down for a feast.

A group of Vulture is known as Venue. But when the group is seen circling together in the air, it is called a kettle, because they look like the bubbles in a kettle of boiling water.
Vulture

Vulture built their nests with leaves and sticks, in trees and even in holes on cliffs. It has a wingspan of 7 feet!

The endangered species of Indian vultures are white-rumped, long-billed and slender-billed.

Vultures are exactly musical birds. One vulture “song” has been described as the sound of a hoe being scraped along a cement floor.


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