Journaling:  Turkey Vultures are the smaller of the two types of vultures common to Florida.  They are identified by their featherless red heads, hooked bills with white tip, and large broad wings, often bent and held up at a "v"-shaped angle when soaring.  They are scavengers, helping to clean up the environment by feeding almost exclusively on carrion.  It finds its food using its keen eyes and highly developed sense of smell.  These two were photographed at Newnan’s Lake, 4/5/14.

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