Buzzards back in Greenfield

The Steuben Buzzards are Back. Greenfield Township has had its own resident flock of 35 or so turkey vultures for all of the 30-plus years we have lived here. They are a familiar sight in the summer skies and along the roads every year, usually arriving well before their more celebrated relatives in Hinckley. They were spotted on Saturday, March 3rd, south of the wildlife center at God's Little Critters. We will not have a Hinckley-style celebration, nor cook breakfast for the onlookers, but we at the center are elated to see our friends back from the Gulf Coast. The beat goes on.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

The Steuben Buzzards are Back. Greenfield Township has had its own resident flock of 35 or so turkey vultures for all of the 30-plus years we have lived here. They are a familiar sight in the summer skies and along the roads every year, usually arriving well before their more celebrated relatives in Hinckley.

They were spotted on Saturday, March 3rd, south of the wildlife center at God's Little Critters. We will not have a Hinckley-style celebration, nor cook breakfast for the onlookers, but we at the center are elated to see our friends back from the Gulf Coast. The beat goes on.

Stan & Maribeth Taylor

Willard

God's Little Critters