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  • And here is a bit of one more favorite, "Lammergeier", about the Bonebreaker, the great bearded vulture of the wastes of Eurasia:

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • And here is a bit of one more favorite, "Lammergeier", about the Bonebreaker, the great bearded vulture of the wastes of Eurasia:

    Helen's Poems

  • In this position a Lammergeier came so close to me I could see his red eye; three times he passed me within a few feet, aware I was in difficulties, but after I threw rocks at him he made off.

    "Ten Birds" Part 2

  • In this position a Lammergeier came so close to me I could see his red eye; three times he passed me within a few feet, aware I was in difficulties, but after I threw rocks at him he made off.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • My favorite Lammergeier image may be this one from a tapestry stitched by Colonel Richard Meinertzhagen himself.

    "Ten Birds" Part 2

  • We also saw Altai snowcocks (Tetraogallus altaicus) running up the same ridge, and a Cinereous vulture ( Aegypius monachus) soon followed the Lammergeier into the sky above it.

    "Ten Birds" Part 2

  • My favorite Lammergeier image may be this one from a tapestry stitched by Colonel Richard Meinertzhagen himself.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Last among the birds of prey: the Lammergeier, Gypaetus barbatus.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • We also saw Altai snowcocks (Tetraogallus altaicus) running up the same ridge, and a Cinereous vulture ( Aegypius monachus) soon followed the Lammergeier into the sky above it.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Click here for a pic of her with a Lammergeier-- one with a tale of its own.

    Archive 2006-10-01

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