Twin Turkey Vultures

Twin Turkey Vul­tures
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A cou­ple of turkey vul­tures land­ed out­side my office win­dow today dur­ing my lunch break. Appar­ent­ly, they come around every once in a while to prey on the dead geese and ducks around the small lakes in the imme­di­ate area. While quite pos­si­bly one of the ugli­est birds you can imag­ine, they’re actu­al­ly quite inter­est­ing to watch.

Any­way, I’m try­ing hard to ignore the sym­bol­ism of hav­ing a cou­ple of vul­tures hov­er­ing around just out­side my win­dow. I have a cou­ple of project dead­lines ear­ly next week and am strug­gling to stay on top of things. For­tu­nate­ly, I’m not alone in the office and on one’s going to leave my car­cass out for the birdies. Still, I think I’ll make sure they are no big birds of prey fly­ing around when I leave work today.

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By Jason Coleman

Structural engineer and technical content manager Bentley Systems by day. Geeky father and husband all the rest of time.

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