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Coloured In African Vulture Species Flying

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Coloured African Vulture Species Flying Examples 1
Coloured African Vulture Species Flying Examples 1

 

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Coloured African Vulture Species Flying Examples 2

 

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Coloured AfricanVulture Species Flying Examples 3

Colouring In Pictures of African Vulture Species Flying

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Colouring In Sheets Flying 1

 

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Colouring In Sheets Flying 2

 

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Colouring In Sheets Flying 3

Examples of African Vultures coloured in

Here is a copy of all the African Vulture species coloured in, so that you can check your drawings or use these as a reference.

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Coloured Example of Vulture Species 1

 

Coloured examples of Vulture Species 2
Coloured examples of Vulture Species 2

 

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C oloured examples of Vulture Species 3

I am an adult Cinereous Vulture

Cinereous Vulture Colouring In Picture
Cinereous Vulture Colouring In Picture

My scientific name is Aegypius monachus

What I look like
I am the largest African Vulture. As an adult I have a large grey bill, with a blue cere and gape. My head is covered with dark-brown feathers. Parts of my head and neck are naked. My bare parts are bluish grey. My eye is golden brown. My feet are pale yellow. I have broad wings and a short, slightly wedge-shaped tail. Overall, I have a dark-brown plumage.

Where I live
I am found in forested areas in hills and mountains, and also in scrub and grasslands. I nest in trees or on rocks, often near other vultures in loose colonies. I am found in Sudan. I am occasionally reported in Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia.

What I eat
I look for food over many kinds of open terrain, including semi-forested areas, in mountains, and in expansive grasslands. My diet consists mainly of the carcasses of medium-sized and large mammals. I occasionally prey on snakes and insects.

Fun Fact
I am more migratory than most people think. Individuals of my species that breed in Mongolia, for example, migrate all the way to Korea in the winter.

My Conservation status
I am considered to be Near Threatened. I have a small population which continues to decline due to both poisoned bait put out to kill dogs and other predators, and to higher hygiene standards that reduce the amount of carrion available.

I am an adult White-headed Vulture

White-headed Vulture Colouring In Picture
White-headed Vulture Colouring In Picture

My scientific name is Trigonoceps occipitalis

What I look like
I am a medium-sized scavenger. As an adult I have a bright orange-red bill, pale blue cere, pale pink face and throat, and yellow eyes. I have a white crest. The featherless areas on my head are pale grey. My feet are bright pink. I have dark brown upper parts and black tail feathers. The feathers on my lower parts and legs are white.

Where I live
I build a stick nest in tall trees, and like to roost in tall trees near water. I lay one or two eggs that hatch after 56 days. I am found in open savanna and wooded country in thirty-seven African countries including, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Côte d’Ivoire, Congo, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Togo, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

What I eat
I lead a double life as both a scavenger and a predator. Sometimes I kill prey including small to medium-sized mammals, and locusts and other swarming insects. I also find and eat dead animals which I set out to find early in the morning.

Fun Fact
I am a generally solitary vulture that sometimes feeds on flamingo eggs.

My Conservation Status
As I am believed to be rarer than previously thought, and my conservation status was recently changed from Least Concern to Vulnerable. I face conservation concerns including decreasing populations of medium-sized mammals, habitat loss, indirect poisoning, human disturbance, and direct persecution. I also am killed for traditional medicine in South Africa.