Carrion isn’t the only thing vultures scavenge; they exploit the superior foraging abilities of eagles to find their food.
About the author
Adam Kane went to college with the intention of studying dinosaurs and started off by completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Zoology at University College Dublin in 2007. During this time his interests broadened which resulted in him spending time in Uganda and Swaziland working on birds and bats. He returned to college and attained his Master’s Degree in Science Communication from Dublin City University in 2010. His PhD at Trinity College Dublin was on the behavioural ecology of scavengers. He received his doctorate in 2015. Adam is currently studying seabirds at University College Cork through funding by the Irish Research Council.