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clarindagirl

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Re: Turkey Vultures, Marshall, Missouri
« Reply #105 on: August 04, 2021, 08:41:47 AM »

August 4, 2021, am --  TV fledgling and remaining chick

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Re: Turkey Vultures, Marshall, Missouri
« Reply #106 on: August 04, 2021, 10:53:25 AM »

Clarinda   I have been having trouble getting any visual on the TV cam.
  In your post pic this morning I see two tv.  Did the fledgling return to the loft then?  I can only see the head of the second TV.  Is this the other baby then?  Does the remaining baby still get fed?  If you know.
 BTW Nora. I am not one of the girls. LOL
  I hope you are settled and comfortable in your new home?
Your bear and falcon and eagle friend Howard

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Re: Turkey Vultures, Marshall, Missouri
« Reply #107 on: August 04, 2021, 11:09:09 AM »

I just want to thank everyone involved in bringing us this cam.  It has been a real pleasure to be able to watch these baby vultures all summer.  The thing that struck me the most was the very gentle and almost loving way in which the babies interacted. This morning's pic shows, in human terms, a loving embrace.
This was a drastic departure from what I saw in the Eagle and Falcon nestlings.
 Their behavior toward each other made me change my mind about the vultures in general.

clarindagirl

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Re: Turkey Vultures, Marshall, Missouri
« Reply #108 on: August 04, 2021, 01:38:05 PM »

I just want to thank everyone involved in bringing us this cam.  It has been a real pleasure to be able to watch these baby vultures all summer.  The thing that struck me the most was the very gentle and almost loving way in which the babies interacted. This morning's pic shows, in human terms, a loving embrace.
This was a drastic departure from what I saw in the Eagle and Falcon nestlings.
 Their behavior toward each other made me change my mind about the vultures in general.

John I also had trouble viewing the feed his mornng.  Keep getting the circle rotating??  However when I slid the cursor to look at earlier morning posts, I could view the history.  That was when I took the snip of the two TVs, who I assume are the fledged and unfledged chicks?

I was gone for most of July visiting family in CA, so I missed lots of growing up time.  Checked in and found one fleged.  Have not seen an adult feeding in the loft since my return, assume they probably are.  They are such a peaceful loving breed.

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Re: Turkey Vultures, Marshall, Missouri
« Reply #109 on: August 07, 2021, 09:46:36 AM »

August 7, 2021, Saturday, 9:45am  --  Good Bye

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Re: Turkey Vultures, Marshall, Missouri
« Reply #110 on: August 08, 2021, 03:06:01 PM »

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BTW Nora. I am not one of the girls. LOL
Sorry, guess I missed your post Jo.  ;)
NE Iowa