Children from the Beaufort Boys and Girls Club watch a vulture walk past them Thursday afternoon during a demonstration by The Center for the Birds of Prey of Charleston.  The children were asked to hold their hands out to show there was no food in them so the vulture would not be distracted.
Children from the Beaufort Boys and Girls Club watch a vulture walk past them Thursday afternoon during a demonstration by The Center for the Birds of Prey of Charleston. The children were asked to hold their hands out to show there was no food in them so the vulture would not be distracted. JONATHAN DYER | The Beaufort Gazette
Children from the Beaufort Boys and Girls Club watch a vulture walk past them Thursday afternoon during a demonstration by The Center for the Birds of Prey of Charleston. The children were asked to hold their hands out to show there was no food in them so the vulture would not be distracted. JONATHAN DYER | The Beaufort Gazette

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March 25, 2010 07:19 PM

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