There are vultures in North Carolina.

I didn’t know it until I saw it for myself.

I slowed down to where they were all feasting on what appeared to be a deer carcass. Before I could grab my camera, they squawked and flew into a nearby tree, their weight quickly bending the branches where they perched. I stared at them and could tell they were watching me too.

There are vultures in North Carolina.
I don’t have a photograph to prove it, but you’ll just have to trust me.

Later I looked it up:
A group of vultures is called a committee.
A flock of vultures in flight is called a kettle.
Vultures feeding together on a carcass is called a wake.

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