By Tilda Tally-ho. Read me in "The Kennett Paper" every Thursday. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
CREATURES: A venue of vultures
As important as they are in the circle of life, I've always considered vultures to be disagreeable creatures in a memento mori ("remember, you must die") kind of way. But the other day I drove past a group of them were sitting peacefully on a fence along Upland Road with their wings outstretched, basking in the sun and warmth. It was actually an enchanting sight. I suppose even scavengers need to get their vitamin D.