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I magnified it so I could make it out. This is way cool! Thanks for sharing.
A little interesting note, I watched the breeding clip to the end. The male hung out at the “door” and nodded toward the entrance.
This is our own reality TV (Turkey Vultures)
lol, couldn’t resist.
So, is this a love nest?
… maybe a bungabole?
You know it!
Wonderful. Can’t wait to see what happens next.
I am trying to figure out a way to get a picture of the chicks when they hatch without disturbing the family abode.
You got my attention with the previous post about a vulture nest cavity. Until that moment I had never considered they would nest in tree cavities. Thanks for the new awareness!
A lot of information on T.V. is that it is a ground nester, they are actually opportunistic nesters, and will raise their young anywhere they can find shelter.
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what a great tree and great memories!
We have some wonderful “storybook” trees around here. Old and gnarly.
great fodder for art and imagination for people of all ages! lucky you!
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