Join Will and Sarah for a candid conversation about a truly unsung hero of not just the bird world but the whole world - the turkey vulture! The duo meet at the Maine Maritime Museum to discuss the importance of the turkey vulture, what makes them great family birds, and what they can teach US about enriching our communities.
The myth this week is The Blind Vulture, from the Hitopadesha originating in India. This is a cautionary tale about trusting strangers. https://www.culturalindia.net/indian-folktales/hitopadesha-tales/blind-vulture.html
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