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Choose from 137 pictures in our Black Vulture collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Aggregation / flocks of Black Vultures (Coragyps atratus) circling on morning thermals Featured Black Vulture Print

Aggregation / flocks of Black Vultures (Coragyps atratus) circling on morning thermals

Aggregation / flocks of Black Vultures (Coragyps atratus) circling on morning thermals forming over Iguasu Falls, on the Iguasu River, Brazil / Argentina border. Photographed from the Brazilian side of the Falls. State of Parana, Brazil. September 2012

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Black Vulture - Coragyps atratUS - Perched on edge Featured Black Vulture Print

Black Vulture - Coragyps atratUS - Perched on edge

Black Vulture - Coragyps atratUS - Perched on edge of a cliff in southern CT in September - USA Black Vulture, Coragyps atratUS. Perched on edge of a cliff in southern CT in September. USA Date

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Pleistocene Black Vultures feed on carrion Featured Black Vulture Print

Pleistocene Black Vultures feed on carrion

Pleistocene Black Vultures feed on carrion two million years ago in what is today the western United States. Looking on are a pair of Camelops, true camels that resembled the slightly smaller Arabian camels of today. Pleistocene Black Vultures were very similar to today's American Black Vultures with the exception that they were 10-15% larger and had a relatively flatter and wider bill

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