LIVE GRIFFON VULTURE WEBCAM IN ISRAEL
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- Location: Desert area of Israel
- Source: www.birds.org.il
Live webcam featuring Griffon vultures nesting in a desert areas of Israel.
Griffon vultures are monogamous, and pair bonds are often lifelong. Beautiful courtship flights can be seen around the nesting cliffs. Breeding usually begins early in the year, before the end of January. A single egg is laid and is incubated by both parents for 52-60 days. The chick has a small amount of down when it hatches and weighs about 170 grams. The feathers appear when it is around 60 days old.