True Story: So a man moved into an old farmhouse. On the property, there were a few old abandoned buildings, including a barn. He noticed a couple of vultures consistently going in and out of the barn. He thought that they were cool and enjoyed watching them until someone told him that they were dangerous. He then spent an evening patching a hole in the roof that the vultures were using to get in. The next morning he got up, looked outside, and not only were the two vultures still on top of the barn, but dozens had joined them! And they were not leaving. The man decided to go in the barn to see if anything was in there. He went inside, heard hissing coming from an old baby crib, and ran out. He called us to see what to do. Apparently the two vultures had a baby (it was hissing) and they used the baby crib as a nest (vultures are smart!). We advised him to remove the patch from the hole and monitor to see if the parents entered the barn to take care of the baby. He gladly agreed. Unfortunately, they didn’t go back in the barn and he called us back. He did the best he could. Now we have patient #15975, our newest orphaned black vulture.