Looking for an opportunity to eat, these Turkey Vultures reviewed the trash remains left behind Monday on the street at the corner of South West Kessler Drive and South West Fascination Drive in Lee’s Summit. The vultures did not find anything to their liking and flew away.
Looking for an opportunity to eat, these Turkey Vultures reviewed the trash remains left behind Monday on the street at the corner of South West Kessler Drive and South West Fascination Drive in Lee’s Summit. The vultures did not find anything to their liking and flew away. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
Looking for an opportunity to eat, these Turkey Vultures reviewed the trash remains left behind Monday on the street at the corner of South West Kessler Drive and South West Fascination Drive in Lee’s Summit. The vultures did not find anything to their liking and flew away. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

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