Why are black vultures a problem? 

Why are black vultures a problem? 

University of Arkansas

Vultures play a critical role in the environment as scavengers of carrion. Unlike their less-aggressive cousin the turkey vulture, black vultures are known to gang up and prey on living calves, piglets, lambs, and newborn goats. They sometimes attack vulnerable cows while ill or giving birth.

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