Turkey vultures, the most prevalent species in North America, brings a wild turkey to mind when seen from a distance. Turkey vultures gives a familiar sight when flying in the open places of the country and people in many areas use the term “buzzard” for them. They seek for their nesting sites in the areas like woods and rocky hills. They feel secure in the woods, but they circumvent to be in the regions that are thickly forested. Their strong sense of smell makes them different from the other vultures. They also fly over the small offshore island to hunt food.