Car-Chewing Vultures Becoming More Pr...

Car-Chewing Vultures Becoming More Prevalent in Everglades

There are 24 comments on the NBC Bay Area story from Jan 9, 2013, titled Car-Chewing Vultures Becoming More Prevalent in Everglades. In it, NBC Bay Area reports that:

Vultures are being accused of developing a taste for the cars of visitors traveling to the Florida Everglades.

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DonkeyEstonkey

Hampton, VA

#1 Jan 9, 2013
This has caused me to move the Everglades from 19th to 27th on my list of places I want to visit.

Since: Apr 07

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#2 Jan 9, 2013
This time of year they like the classics like the Barracuda and the Sting Ray.

Since: Oct 12

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#3 Jan 9, 2013
You know what cures this problem?....Park Rangers with a pellet gun.....
The Vulture

Rochester, NY

#4 Jan 9, 2013
Tastes like rotten chicken!

“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#5 Jan 9, 2013
Puts a whole new dimension on "roadkill".

have a nice day: Ag

Since: Oct 12

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#6 Jan 9, 2013
...Buzzard.....It's what's for dinner.....
Nancy

Reading, PA

#7 Jan 9, 2013
I think the reason for the Vultures eating the rubber is, they may have aquired a taste for the rubber. The professor in the video could be right too. I think food is scarce during winter months, so the vultures discovered a new flavor.
Marley Money

Huntington, NY

#8 Jan 9, 2013
I like rubber as well, and yes, it was an acquired taste from years and years of sucking and chewing on it.
Sandy

Hollywood, FL

#9 Jan 9, 2013
Nancy wrote:
I think the reason for the Vultures eating the rubber is, they may have aquired a taste for the rubber. The professor in the video could be right too. I think food is scarce during winter months, so the vultures discovered a new flavor.
Lol ,can you eat and digest rubber?

I know my friend "Armando" eats it ,among other things but didn't think a vulture would.

Vultures fly all over Miami-dade and Hialeah as both Cuban run cities are more dead than alive due to zero political and police standards, dying a slow death due to Cuban politicos.
Sandy

Hollywood, FL

#10 Jan 9, 2013
Marley Money wrote:
I like rubber as well, and yes, it was an acquired taste from years and years of sucking and chewing on it.
I see you are in NY.

ALOT of gays from NY move here , they are welcomed here and the more the better.

Intruth anyone from NY is welcomed here , it is our only shot at political,city standards.
Nancy

Reading, PA

#11 Jan 9, 2013
Sandy wrote:
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Lol ,can you eat and digest rubber?
I know my friend "Armando" eats it ,among other things but didn't think a vulture would.
Vultures fly all over Miami-dade and Hialeah as both Cuban run cities are more dead than alive due to zero political and police standards, dying a slow death due to Cuban politicos.
I never stated that a Vulture digests the rubber, simply stated that they maybe have developed a taste for it. Your friend Armando sounds desperate to be eating rubber. LOL

Since: Aug 08

Buffalo, NY

#12 Jan 9, 2013
... vulture the other white meat ...
Sandy

Hollywood, FL

#13 Jan 9, 2013
Nancy wrote:
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I never stated that a Vulture digests the rubber, simply stated that they maybe have developed a taste for it. Your friend Armando sounds desperate to be eating rubber. LOL
Lol yes Armando is desperate, he is a looser who ran from his failed island 54 years ago only to than spread the same corruption in Miami which caused the revolution in Cuba and if that is not bad enough, he began eating rubber items which he finds on street corners around ladies of the evening .

He often post here and it is obvious that he is high on rubber .
Nancy

Reading, PA

#14 Jan 9, 2013
Sandy wrote:
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Lol yes Armando is desperate, he is a looser who ran from his failed island 54 years ago only to than spread the same corruption in Miami which caused the revolution in Cuba and if that is not bad enough, he began eating rubber items which he finds on street corners around ladies of the evening .
He often post here and it is obvious that he is high on rubber .
What are you talking about??? This is a simple story about Vultures.
Sandy

Hollywood, FL

#15 Jan 9, 2013
Nancy wrote:
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What are you talking about??? This is a simple story about Vultures.
I'm just explaining to you what might have driven Armando to eat rubber.
Nancy

Reading, PA

#16 Jan 9, 2013
Sandy wrote:
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I'm just explaining to you what might have driven Armando to eat rubber.
I really don't care. LOL

Adios

Since: Jan 10

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#17 Jan 9, 2013
Well now...
That was a weird read.
:-/

I seem to remember a Nat. Geo. or Disney show about wild parrots (?) tearing up tourists cars this same way many years back.
Looked around some and can't find a reference to it online.

Down here we have an abundance of crow/raven type birds known as Grackles.
Pretty black birds with an iridescent sheen to their feathers.

But Oh, what nasty buggers they are!
They swarm in flocks of hundreds.
Their call/song would make a chainsaw sound like Mozart.
And they seem to crap two times for every bite they eat.
And the droppings are very acidic, they will fade the paint on your car if left for any time in the hot Texas sun.

The only good they serve has come apparent the past few years.
They are the first and most likely birds you will find dead or sick.
Then you know you have the West Nile or Bird Flu in the neighborhood.
Sandy

Hollywood, FL

#18 Jan 9, 2013
Nancy wrote:
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I really don't care. LOL
Adios
Adios my new friend and may the wings of the rubber eating Florida vulture take you on your journey through life.
Sandy

Hollywood, FL

#19 Jan 9, 2013
TenderTink wrote:
Well now...
That was a weird read.
:-/
I seem to remember a Nat. Geo. or Disney show about wild parrots (?) tearing up tourists cars this same way many years back.
Looked around some and can't find a reference to it online.
Down here we have an abundance of crow/raven type birds known as Grackles.
Pretty black birds with an iridescent sheen to their feathers.
But Oh, what nasty buggers they are!
They swarm in flocks of hundreds.
Their call/song would make a chainsaw sound like Mozart.
And they seem to crap two times for every bite they eat.
And the droppings are very acidic, they will fade the paint on your car if left for any time in the hot Texas sun.
The only good they serve has come apparent the past few years.
They are the first and most likely birds you will find dead or sick.
Then you know you have the West Nile or Bird Flu in the neighborhood.
"I seem to remember a Nat. Geo. or Disney show about wild parrots (?) tearing up tourists cars this same way many years back."

The New Zealand Kea parrot.

Kea documentary - the smartest parrot

Since: Jan 10

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#20 Jan 9, 2013
Sandy wrote:
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"I seem to remember a Nat. Geo. or Disney show about wild parrots (?) tearing up tourists cars this same way many years back."
The New Zealand Kea parrot.
Kea documentary - the smartest parrot
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =oAhzmULgoqIXX
Wow, that's so cool...
I do believe that's the show.
Thank you Sandy!
Have a great night.
:-)

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