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Cape Vulture (Gyps coprotheres), southern Africa. Photo by Warwick Tarboton.

Photo by Warwick Tarboton.

Cape Griffon or Cape Vulture (Gyps coprotheres), also known as Kolbe's Vulture.

Vautour du Cap // Cape Griffon (Aka Cape Vulture , Kolbe's Vulture) - It nests on cliffs and lays one egg per year.

Cape Vulture by maryann

rare white-headed vulture Trigonoceps occipitalis is an Old World vulture endemic to Africa.

Cape Vulture and Silverstriped Jackal fighting for food !! by Usher Bell 2009, via Flickr

candied-canine: beautiful-wildlife: Dispute by Usher Bell 2009 Cape Vulture and Silverstriped Jackal fighting for food

Cape vulture

Learn more about the Cape vulture - with amazing Cape vulture videos, photos and facts on Arkive

The Cape Griffon or Cape Vulture is an Old World vulture in the family which also includes eagles, buzzards and hawks. It is endemic to southern Africa, and is found mainly in South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana and parts of northern Namibia. It nests on cliffs and lays one egg per year. This large vulture is dark brown except for the pale wing coverts. The average length is about 38–45 in with a wingspan of 7.4–8.5 ft and a body weight of 15–24 lb. They are on average the largest raptor in…

Cape Griffen Vulture Gyps Coprotheres Kransaasvvoel Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cape Vulture in Flight

Cape Vultures in Namibia have declined as a breeding species to near extinction. This account shows the movements of 6 birds fitted with satellite transmitting devices

Gyps coprotheres (Cape vulture)               Kransaasvoel

Gyps coprotheres (Cape vulture) Kransaasvoel

Gyps coprotheres (Cape vulture). Kruger NP, SA, oct 6, 2016. Early morning safari ride, waterhole rd & loop. Photo, biodiversityexplorer.org/

Gyps coprotheres (Cape vulture) Kransaasvoel almost spells Gyspy

car sez: "When I find the guy who plucked my head, he dies! Vulture humor.

Portrait of a White-headed Vulture (Trigonoceps occipitalis) of Prey

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