Boise State raptor biologists Greg Kaltenecker and Marc Bechard examine a vulture captured in Gorongosa National Park and held by Diolinda Mundoza, a student from Mozambique who is working at Boise State’s Intermountain Bird Observatory at Lucky Peak this season.
Boise State raptor biologists Greg Kaltenecker and Marc Bechard examine a vulture captured in Gorongosa National Park and held by Diolinda Mundoza, a student from Mozambique who is working at Boise State’s Intermountain Bird Observatory at Lucky Peak this season. John C. Kelly Boise State University
Boise State raptor biologists Greg Kaltenecker and Marc Bechard examine a vulture captured in Gorongosa National Park and held by Diolinda Mundoza, a student from Mozambique who is working at Boise State’s Intermountain Bird Observatory at Lucky Peak this season. John C. Kelly Boise State University

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