The Lappet-Faced Vulture or Nubian vulture (Torgos tracheliotos) is an Old World vulture. It's not closely related to the superficially similar New World vultures & does not share the good sense of smell of some members of that group.
The lappet faced vulture has a pinkish red colored head. Although it is a vulture, it does occasionally attack insects and small birds. It can be found in Sub-Sahara Africa, the Middle East, and Southern Arabia.
The White-rumped Vulture had been abundant in India but is now endangered. The greatest threat comes from farmers’ use of the anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac to treat their livestock. This causes renal failure in vultures that feed on cattle carcasses.