Friday, November 11, 2011
The Turkey Vultures are back to Miami
picture from examiner.com
picture from charliesbirdblog.com
Turkey vultures migrations are one of the only indicators of a seasonal change in Miami. Every year, they announce the Fall and leave for Spring.They always come back around October 15 and leave around March 15. You may see them resting on top of the old courthouse building downtown, their wings spread out on top of lampposts on the Rickenbacker Causeway or flying over Key Biscayne. They are part of Miami's every day's landscape half of the year and remind us that wildlife is always close in Florida.
For more information,please see the website for The Turkey Vulture Society here.