Friday, August 25, 2006

A Juvenile Griffon Vulture

Every year, usually is normal to see juvenile of Griffon Vulture (Gyps fulvus), that they are undernourished and they fall to the ground, in places where soon it is very difficult to them to overcome the flight.
This undernourishment must mainly to the lack of food, so that they do not find the juvenile birds of easy form.
Thus we were every year with birds in the most unsuspected places, in the trees of the shore, upon a stone next to the river, in roads..., birds that, in many cases, let themselves take since they do not have forces to escape.
In this case a juvenile of Griffon Vulture, to fallen to the border of the river, and to passed everything afternoon to get on a stone.