Once upon a time in the west!
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The black vulture (Coragyps atratus) also known as the American black vulture, is a bird in the New World vulture family whose range extends from the southeastern United States to Central Chile and Uruguay in South America.|
Relationship with humans:
The black vulture is considered a threat by cattle ranchers due to its predation on newborn cattle. The droppings produced by black vultures and other vultures can harm or kill trees and other vegetation. The bird is also considered a threat to the safety of aerial traffic, especially when it congregates in large numbers in the vicinity of garbage dumps — as is the case in the Rio de Janeiro
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Majestic moment, Pierre. The Vulture with its wings spread open fully looks awesome.
Thanks and regards.
- [2015-07-21 0:10]
Beautiful shot of this vulture, great pose for an imperial bird, good focus and colors
very well done.Regards Sigi
- [2015-07-21 12:55]
Waaw Pierre,quelle merveille cette image! Une position des ailes fantastique et un contre jour expose' dans la meilleure maniere,vraiment magnifique regarder les transparence des plumes,et aussi les details sont impressionants! Belle soiree' et merci,Luciano
Very nice capture of a interesting bird of prey. Interesting and useful photographers note too.
Excellent timing to have the black vulture in this pose,
with excellent focus and great details of its plumage, TFS