Early in August, the fence in the back of John Tschopp’s field looked different. He got out the binoculars and zeroes in on some Turkey Vultures. Many Turkey Vultures, in fact.
Usually, explains Tschopp, the presence of so many turkey vultures indicates a carcass, but not in this case. No dead animal to be found and no feeding activity.
Just a bunch of Vultures decorating the fence posts.