So, this is a threat I never even considered.
Granted, around here, we have the less aggressive Turkey vultures.
But I did have one goat kidd out in the field this year, much to my surprise. Had it been a black vulture, things might of gone differently. And I’d be pissed.
I get they are protected, and they do serve a purpose in the eco-system.
We were driving back from a friend’s place today and as we left, pulled up to a stoplight. My daughter said, “What the heck is that bird?” and there was a vulture sitting right up there in the small town of Vinton, Virginia.
Hey Crow, I agree with you, and it’s, really a fine thread. The vultures are more aggressive than the people and also more when they become so hungry. I saw a rabbit eating grass, but the vulture targets the rabbit and come on the side of the air and fly away with it and sit down on a tree and eating it within one and a half hour. I just follow everything and think about it and shocked.