Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura)
Turkey Vultures have a "bald" head with red skin and a white beak. The rest of their body is covered in iridescent black feathers. Juveniles have the same plumage as adults, but their head and beak are black.
These birds are scavengers, which means they only eat carrion.
Turkey Vultures can be found in Colorado in the spring and summer, but migrate south in the winter and fall.
Turkey Vultures don’t build nests, but will lay their eggs on the ground in a protected area. Females lay one to three eggs per brood and the young will fledge in about eleven weeks.