Egyptian vultures discovered in Morocco


This video says about itself:

11 December 2015

The communal roost of Egyptian Vultures (Neophron percnopterus) found in the Middle Atlas, Morocco. For more details see here and here.

This video says about itself:

Communal roost of the Egyptian Vultures (Neophron percnopterus) found in Morocco in June 2014.

The roost hosted 40 vultures of different ages, and the birds were roosting in small groups consisting of 3-12 individuals each. This video shows only one part of the roost.a group of 6 vultures.

The recording was made from a great distance using a coupler with a telescope (by Rachid El Khamlichi).

See also here.

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