These two lappet-faced vultures are roosting on their nest at the edge of the Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya. Also known as the Nubian vulture, they are the most aggressive of the African vultures and push other vulture species off of carcasses. It is the longest and largest winged vulture in its range.
Unfortunately, they are now listed as engarged with population declines due to habitat destruction, poisoning with pesticides, and disturbances of nesting sites. Estimated global population is less than 9,000 individuals.