Cinereous Vulture – Aegypius monachus – also in Europe, known as the Black vulture, (but causes confusion with a US species of the same name) is a very large raptor of the Family Accipitridae, Order Accipitriformes and is of Type diurnal-raptor. It is found widely dispersed over the mountainous regions of Eurasia, extending from Portugal across southern Europe, the more Temperate Middle East, across SW Asia to Mongolia and beyond. It is largely resident, but some altitudinal movements are known to occur, particularly in the foothills of the Himalayas and the Sindhi environs. In the AWB Region it is resident over Turkey, The S Caucasus and Iran, and just small areas in the northern parts of Syria and Iraq.
Type - diurnal-raptor - forms loose colonies, nests in trees or cliffs near the tree line, Resident Habitat - open mountainous areas, pastures for foraging, Winter Habitat - some seasonal movements, altitudinal and southwards into N Arabia, Order..: Accipitriformes Family.: Accipitridae Genus..: Aegypius
Species - Aegypius monachus Cinereous Vulture - Species - ebird.org Cinereous Vulture - Species Sheet - europeanraptors.org Cinereous Vulture - Species Sheet - wikipedia.org Cinereous Vulture - Species Facts - globalraptors.org Cinereous Vulture - Range and Calls - xeno-canto.org