March 2014


Vultures By Tony Burton   Vultures (zopilotes in Spanish) are among the most conspicuous birds in much of Mexico, including the Chapala region. Commonly misidentified as “eagles” these blackish scavengers, often in large flocks, can be seen almost anywhere, either circling lazily overhead, or feeding greedily on road kill or other carrion. In our area,

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