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Author 'Julicarm' A voir (Id 160240 ) : This week a hiker fell in our area and has been devoured by the vultures ... They are starving in large part because of the rendering plants ... They even attack the living, and this time there, four vultures flying over us very low, we have taken a long time .. And I told you, we attached the dog .. Me, I was very afraid .. The boys laughed, of course .. But we forced the pace. Memories: 18:

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> Namastah [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Apr 01, 2012
What majesty, what scope... a real beauty in this design !
> Denise.lagarde >Reply Mar 31, 2012
It is impressive and beautiful ! Majestic this bird of prey in all its beauty !
> Fredweb [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 20, 2011
Beautiful picture with the mountains in the background ! Bravo for your amazing photos !
> Rinou55 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 16, 2011
Hello Julicarm, I saw a flock of vultures when I made my treks to Ainhoa in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques, I have not managed to get a decent photo of these birds of prey.
You make me fear because I always have my dog with me, I'll pay attention the next time I redescendrais the country.
> GAUDE J-M [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 14, 2011
Very nice shot !!! The vulture is well exposed to the light thereby providing, with the complicity of a very good net the details of the plumage. The backdrop of mountains that are well-proportioned, brings a more, bravo. Jean-Mi.
> Alle [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 14, 2011
: 1: Incredibly beautiful this vulture, Julie. What extent of wings! It is majestic. Thank you for the great photo! : 6:: 5:
> Boxani [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 10, 2011
Brrr your story of a vulture eating a dead human body made me shudder ... But your picture is beautiful!
> Amoun [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 10, 2011
It is terrible your story, there really need to panic, at least the image is very successful, the deployment is majestic and beautiful colors well rendered: 1: I think too that a group of hungry vultures, and finding no food may attack a human if it is ISOlated, I think it's possible: 20:: 20:: 20:
> Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 07, 2011
Of course, when you see such a shadow hovering over you, it must be an odd effect! Brrr ... I shudder Bravo, Julie, your "take" is brave and beautiful! : 3:: 5: Patrice just look on the net, are you sure this story of hiker eaten alive? It seems that many runs "nonsense peddled" (according to Natura Vox) 14:
 > Author Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 07, 2011
Hello Evie., I never said that the hiker was alive ... He was dead when the vultures have taken ... It was in the Ossau valley, there is an article .. But the vultures attack the living, the weak, the sick, and as Kim says, humans in extreme cases when they are hungry ... And we did not know what state we were flying over the four .. And I was afraid for the dog ... Three-meter wingspan, it's still scary .. Friends have seen attack newborn calves and even mothers .. So we ... : 11: Friends, Julie.
 > Evie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 07, 2011
What makes us afraid, Julie, is that may come to harm attributed to the vulture exaggerated as it was done in the past unfair to the wolf ... : 9: How many were murdered simply because of irrational panic? : 11: When you read the articles we read, nothing is really proven,: 7: the evidence is not reliable, we will send you visited links, I would like you then we will give your opinion ... : 14:
 > Author Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 07, 2011
Evie, we mean well ... The vulture is a scavenger as another species not more aggressive than another, we do agree ... any species but hungry and you will see changes in their gene .. All life must be nourished and will therefore find it .. There have been examples of cannibalism in humans including, for example when the accident of long-range in the Andes ... They made a movie, but the story is true ... The vulture is currently in the Pyrenees is starving because of the rendering plants ... This is not a myth nor a taboo ... It's the same .. Men have come to eat others to survive ... It is not at all a fabrication of our common .. This is a big problem that the region is currently reviewing to readmit elements herds died in the mountains ... This is not about to exterminate them all, they are super protected instead .. Biz, Julie.
> Chasseur de temps [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 07, 2011
Another great decision that shows that whatever the feelings of the moment the good photographer is able to ignore everything except what to do to hope to establish a special moment. The least we could because you have fully achieved your goal (the opposite would have surprised!). : 3:: 3:
> Tintin.dd [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 06, 2011
You might think the Wild West in your area: 19: with all these vultures flying over you. Another very good shot: 1:. : 3: Bravo Julicarm.
> Georges.brelaud >Reply Oct 05, 2011
I love vultures, raptors in general all, if you can see how it would be cabbage: 3:
> Natureln [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 05, 2011
Ooh! How beautiful! Your comment Julicarm surprised! I thought these birds attacked only the dead or at least moribund. Anyway, your photo is superb as usual and mountain views even arrange the stage! Bravissimo and thank you for sharing!
> Fmdv >Reply Oct 05, 2011
Hi Julie, nice picture like all your photos ... But why be afraid of the vultures, I assure you, they are scavengers and that the hiker has not been attacked alive. I rubs closely every summer for over 30 years and it got me anything yet, and yet sometimes I take a siesta in the mountains, and they'll spend a few meters ... In terms of attacking the living, they do so only on animals weakened or completely unable to move because their legs are too weak to restrain prey. Finally they are particularly fearful for everything that moves. A goat, a dog or a piece of paper that flies make them afraid. Sincerely. Françoise.

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 > Author Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 05, 2011
Hello FMDV ... I assure you that where we were, they were far from being afraid of us ... Maybe you're in an area where they are fed, they will not be aggressive ... IIci is known, moreover, the common talk of leaving the corpses of new herds in place because the vultures from the law, many are starving and attacking the living ... They are many, many ... While the sick animals and infants in the first, but you never know .. It was seen yorks carried by birds of prey ... Sincerely, thank you for your testimony .. : 6:
 > Maïa >Reply
Jul 23, 2012
Hi, I live in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques, basque country, and these vultures man-eating stories make me smile... The vulture is a scavenger and his head and beak are to search a carrion (look at the shape of the beak) and in no case to kill... Second to none for its greenhouses. This bird is unable to raise a prey... More il be whether, as the population of vultures to control following the food... If they are not carrion, they migrate... This is also what they did when the Spanish mass graves have farms and that is why they are arrived in number on our mountains...
 > Fmdv [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Oct 05, 2011
Dear Julie, thank you for your answer. In flight, they are not afraid of course, especially the young who are curious, as in many species, but posed, is something else. So trying to shoot almost posed. To do this kind of photo, or you have to be in a zoo or in a watch or it is necessary to deal with a bird malnourished and weakened ... And the vultures are not different from one end to another in the Pyrenees. You really can be reassured. Friendly. Françoise.
> Artonge [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 05, 2011
Not reassuring history, there it went very ready for you. You do not hesitate to cliché: 3:: 3: ... It is beautiful that vulture!
> Candy [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 05, 2011
: 4: Hi Julie, I'm chilling reading your presentation. Worse than in the westerns! It is beautiful this vulture but I'm like you, I would not be reassured. Thank you for sharing. : 18:: 19:
> Jcmai [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 05, 2011
Given your comment, you realize that the picture of a raptor tormented by hunger is dangerous! Bravo for this superb shot! : 6:: 3:
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 05, 2011
Fantastic this picture. Excellent shot. 3m-wide? So, I look at my table that is 1, and 60m I multiply ... Waouw. Impressive, especially if there were four. : 11:: 1:
> Ironmaidenmichou [G] [P] [C] >Reply Oct 05, 2011
Beautiful this picture, and what risks to take this vulture so close, impressive and grandiose, I did not think that this species could attack humans, it gives chills down your spine! This does not prevent to have your photo very well. We thank you for having shared. Good day to you JULICARM. A small Mayen wish you good morning.
> Rc [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 05, 2011
Julicarm Hello, Wonderful! Your story has a tragic side, but fear gone, the result is superb. Bravo and Thank you for your gift.
> Daniel78 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 05, 2011
: 1: great shot. This bird is beautiful ... It gives the impression of wanting to pounce on us ... Congratulations on defeating your fear just for giving us this beautiful shot! ... I did not know that vultures could tackle the man ... To you and thank you: 3:
> Labrume [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
It's terrible story of vultures. To see them fly so low, I think I got scared and had forgotten the camera. In any case your picture is superb. : 1:
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
The threat is palpable! When you think that the vulture can make up to 3 m wingspan ... Congratulations for this amazing shot, Julie: 3:
> Kim [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
A vulture beautiful you have seized the right moment. These are very dangerous animals who do not hesitate to attack humans when hungry.
 > Maïa >Reply
Aug 08, 2012
But where do you get this stuff ? The vultures are not dangerous to humans ?
 > Kim [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Aug 08, 2012
In general, vultures are actually not dangerous to humans, but when they find no food, this is fortunately quite rare, they will not hesitate to tackle the man. I am a falconer and working regularly with them I know them very well, they are beautiful birds and I love them but they are extremely dangerous.
 > Julicarm >Reply
Aug 09, 2012
Thank you Kim a thousand times for coming to my aid, because I no longer knew how to convince people...
That all the skeptics come on-site to listen to the shepherds... and then again, this is not for us that we have been afraid, but for the dog...
Huge 4 vultures in circling, descending lower and lower above us...
A battalion of predators impressive, and as soon as we tied the bitch, they have taken over the altitude..

the vulture is a scavenger, that's for sure, but hunger can change behaviors...

Thanks again K
Kim, for your professional knowledge...
 > Maïa >Reply
Aug 14, 2012
I went in the mountains, a few days ago... We stopped, and we went down to the car to watch a flight of nine vultures, which were flying very low... We have observed a good time, and we do nothing happened... For me, it is an aberration to say that the vulture is dangerous for the man... Check first on its way of life and its reproduction...
> Minimo [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
: 2: Nice catch, but you did well to tie your dog because if he had carried the boys would laugh less. : 5:
> Gipsy34 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
Boo! The ugly beast! And it attacks the men? I can not believe. Attention to your camera. Congratulations and thank you for this wonderful photo, you took risks to make us this photo.
> Isabelle S.B [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
Wow! It is impressive ... And what scale: 11: I understand your fear that your dog "fly" in the air: 12:. Greenhouses of the gigantic bird of prey should not be a gift. Your photo is: 1:, both the sharpness that the camera angle that shows us that vulture in all its glory. The background blur is more mountainous. : 3:: 3: Julie.
> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
Beautiful memory, ha! Oops, I panicked ... I She is very beautiful your photo, Julie! : 4:: 3:
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
Still terrifying your story: 11: but your photo of this raptor is still very beautiful, is superb. : 3:: 4:
> Gontrand62 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
: 2: History scary but beautiful picture: 3: what a pleasure it must be able to stereotype such a beast.
> Charly [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
: 3: What chance of seeing these birds of prey in near vision. This one is particularly detailed and clear. The background peaks is the natural environment of this bird. : 1: From my two trips in the Pyrenees, I did not see or hear a bird, and just saw some marmots. Perhaps this is due to my place for hiking, easy and very popular?
Identification > Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
: 1: Under the blue sky above the peaks, this vulture in flight is beautiful in its clarity and the details of its plumage. I think it is a 'vulture' ... TBC: 18:. A photo admirable Julicarm Congratulations and thank you. : 4:: 3:
> Nicole.barberon [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
You took a lot of risk, but richly rewarded, this vulture in flight is beautiful. : 3: Julie and thank you for this beautiful shot. : 1:
> Kaenafelix [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
: 1: It is beautiful vulture in the Pyrenees, and for the record, we fall forever in the same vicious circle: it reintroduced varieties without even knowing if they can feed themselves and survive in this territory ... : 13:
> Ainsiminilyse [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Oct 04, 2011
Hey Ben! : 12: How awful your story! : 11: Well, you did not blink when you shot: your photo is superb! What a beautiful bird and the wings deployed! : 5: I saw earlier on the news, showing the shepherd his sheep while injured because of ravens attack, it was horrible! : 10:
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