Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Rare Vulture spotted in London

Rare sighting of vulture in park
There has been a sighting of a vulture in a London park, according to the Royal Parks Agency (RPA).
BBC News
Last Updated: Wednesday, 15 November 2006, 15:25 GMT

Bird watchers who have seen the bird in Richmond Park, south-west London, have identified it as the endangered Indian white-backed vulture.

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Emiana said...

That would surely be a sight to behold! But, poor thing flying around all by itself in a strange place.

Tiki Chris said...

... with plenty of roadkill and scant competition. It might be enjoying itself.