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A River Runs Through It
Posted 4/17/19

A Black Vulture (left) and a Turkey Vulture (right) take a break while feeding on a deer carcass. "Turkeys" are old hands in Narrowsburg, , but Black Vultures are moving north and to …

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A Black Vulture (left) and a Turkey Vulture (right) take a break while feeding on a deer carcass.

"Turkeys" are old hands in Narrowsburg, , but Black Vultures are moving north and to overwinter here."Turkeys," wed to tradition, still migrate to balmier climes in Florida and South America.

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