Kettle of Turkey Vultures, Vergennes, Vermont March 2017
According to the Audubon website, Turkey Vultures swarm as they preparing to continue their migration, and/or roost for the night in early fall or spring. They are called a kettle when they are in flight. The photograph is taken at 5:43 PM EDT over Vergennes, Vermont. The sun is in my eyes. Thus, thinking the video button is pushed, (x 3), it is not. No video. Very disappointing. They were very close, less than a few hundred feet above the old Vergennes Burial Ground. Eerie. They then turn back south towards Waltham, Vermont where there are thick woods to roost in. They ease of their glide is amazing.