Coragyps

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In fact, even as she walked out the door, Barry wasn't concerned - he was busy tucking into a rack of ribs.'' Native to both North and South America, American black vultures live in a variety of habitats, from open plains to towns and cities.
Experts say American Black Vultures can reach a wingspan of over 1.5m (4.9ft) and feed on carrion.
After 10 years of warming to people, rather than fellow feathered friends, Barry, the American black vulture, has finally been paired with a young female pal at Redcar's Kirkleatham Owl Centre.
LOVESTRUCK: Barry the American black vulture, above, can finally find love with his new companion from the Czech Republic, above left
Guinevere, a North American black vulture, flew off when she was being trained for an exhibition last Saturday.
Since then the two-year-old American Black Vulture, who has a 5ft wingspan, has spent her time hanging out in some trees near the centre in South Woodham Ferrers.
The one-year-old American black vulture took off during an exercise session at the Scottish Raptor Centre in Perthshire.
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