Griffon Vulture Animal Pictures

Gyps fulvus

The Griffon Vulture is known for the ruff, or collar of white feathers around their neck. Their beak is yellow with a curved tip.

The Griffon Vulture is known for the ruff, or collar of white feathers around their neck. Their beak is yellow with a curved tip.
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The Griffon Vulture is known for the ruff, or collar of white feathers around their neck. Their beak is yellow with a curved tip.

Griffon Vulture in tree

Griffon Vultures are social birds that live in vulture colonies.
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Griffon Vultures are social birds that live in vulture colonies.

Griffon Vulture eating

Griffon vultures are scavengers eating carrion.
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Griffon vultures are scavengers eating carrion.

Griffon Vulture flying

Its eight-to-nine-foot wingspan is just one of the many impressive facts about a griffon vulture.
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Its eight-to-nine-foot wingspan is just one of the many impressive facts about a griffon vulture.

Griffon Vulture chick

Griffon vulture in her nest with a little chick. During the breeding season, these birds build a nest of sticks hundreds of feet up on a cliff ledge.
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Griffon vulture in her nest with a little chick. During the breeding season, these birds build a nest of sticks hundreds of feet up on a cliff ledge.

Griffon Vulture on white background isolated.

Griffon Vulture on white background isolated.
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Griffon Vulture on white background isolated.