Someone thought a juvenile Turkey Vulture would make a good pet, and took this one to keep. No wild animal makes a good pet. Because he was taken as a young animal during a critical learning period, Vladimir imprinted on people and does not know what it means to be a vulture. Now he shows us the importance of leaving wildlife in the wild. Vladimir is always interested in visitors, and comes to the front of his enclosure at WildCare to greet them all.
Turkey Vultures are easy to identify as they soar and glide on the thermal currents and updrafts. If you look closely you'll see the wing-tip “fingers” make flight adjustments more deftly than any pilot could
$25 is the basic level for Ambassador adoptions.Please consider an additional amount to support Vladimir and others of his species!
Your adoption helps support Vladimir and others of his species.Although the minimum adoption level is $25, please give as generously as you can!