Fayette County

February 18, 2012 5:18 PM

Turkey vultures make Lexington's Lansdowne neighborhood a favorite roost

Wings outstretched, soaring on an air current, the black and red turkey vultures come to roost every day in the trees of Lexington's Lansdowne neighborhood like a flight of feathered rodents with wingspans a little less than that of Anthony Davis. University of Kentucky professor Michael Potter said the turkey vultures' aerial onslaught looks "like the Normandy invasion."

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