Drop by Frontera Audubon on Wednesday, March 10 at noon for a Lunch & Learn about Turkey Vultures.  Led by naturalist Bryan Zvolenek, this presentation promises to shed a little light on the odd behavior this season of Weslaco’s prominent flight feature, the Turkey Vulture.  It’s not only about the “dark side” of the large black bird with ominous red head and a taste for roadkill, but about the many other fascinating traits and habits of this bird that numbers now in the hundreds in the Weslaco sky.  A little knowledge can lead to appreciation of this unique soaring bird, and perhaps we can predict when this flock will head north.  Bring a brown bag lunch.  Admission is free to Frontera members, and $3 to others (including a daypass to the Thicket valued at $5).


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