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Zone-tailed hawks are often observed with turkey vultures and show some similarities of appearance and dihedral wing soaring. It has been suggested that this gives them a hunting advantage as prey mistakes them for harmless vultures. New Mexico, © David A. Ponton
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ZONE-TAILED HAWK
Zone-tailed hawks are often observed with turkey vultures and show some similarities of appearance and dihedral wing soaring. It has been suggested that this gives them a hunting advantage as prey mistakes them for harmless vultures. New Mexico, © David A. Ponton