The turkey-buzzard is a solitary bird, or at most goes in pairs.
As well might the turkey-buzzard attempt to catch the swallow.
The shadow sweeps on across the melon-field, and above in the sky I see a turkey-buzzard wheeling.
Mintie, who had the vision of a turkey-buzzard, stared at the reek of dust.
Each herd was watched by the patient but inauspicious eyes of the turkey-buzzard.
Here and there a crow, or a raven, or a turkey-buzzard, relieved the uniformity.
The turkey-buzzard (vultur aura, or golden vulture), when on the wing, is one of the most specious and imposing of birds.
We associate the turkey-buzzard with carrion, and naturally attribute his marvelous power of finding food to his sense of smell.
A turkey-buzzard lighted on a stump out there, and I guess I must have forgot myself and cocked my gun, for it went off.
Mr. Clary shot a turkey-buzzard, the first intimation that we had reached within the range of that bird.