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  • Two turkey vultures, unfazed by a steady rain, perched on the steeple of Sacred Heart Church on Knipfer Ave. at the corner of Franklin St. in Easthampton all day Tuesday. According to neighbor John Franzek, the birds were first sighted around 8 a.m. and still had not left their perch by 3 p.m.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Two turkey vultures, unfazed by a steady rain, perched on the steeple of Sacred Heart Church on Knipfer Ave. at the corner of Franklin St. in Easthampton all day Tuesday. According to neighbor John Franzek, the birds were first sighted around 8 a.m. and still had not left their perch by 3 p.m.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Two turkey vultures, unfazed by a steady rain, perched on the steeple of Sacred Heart Church on Knipfer Ave. at the corner of Franklin Street in Easthampton one day in October. According to neighbor John Franzek, the birds were first sighted around 8 a.m. and still had not left their perch by 3 p.m.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Two turkey vultures, unfazed by a steady rain, perched on the steeple of Sacred Heart Church on Knipfer Ave. at the corner of Franklin Street in Easthampton one day in October. According to neighbor John Franzek, the birds were first sighted around 8 a.m. and still had not left their perch by 3 p.m.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Two turkey vultures, unfazed by a steady rain, perched on the steeple of Sacred Heart Church on Knipfer Ave. at the corner of Franklin St. in Easthampton all day Tuesday. According to neighbor John Franzek, the birds were first sighted around 8 a.m. and still had not left their perch by 3 p.m.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Two turkey vultures, unfazed by a steady rain, perched on the steeple of Sacred Heart Church on Knipfer Ave. at the corner of Franklin St. in Easthampton all day Tuesday. According to neighbor John Franzek, the birds were first sighted around 8 a.m. and still had not left their perch by 3 p.m.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Two turkey vultures, unfazed by a steady rain, perched on the steeple of Sacred Heart Church on Knipfer Ave. at the corner of Franklin St. in Easthampton all day Tuesday. According to neighbor John Franzek, the birds were first sighted around 8 a.m. and still had not left their perch by 3 p.m.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Two turkey vultures, unfazed by a steady rain, perched on the steeple of Sacred Heart Church on Knipfer Ave. at the corner of Franklin Street in Easthampton one day in October. According to neighbor John Franzek, the birds were first sighted around 8 a.m. and still had not left their perch by 3 p.m.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Two turkey vultures, unfazed by a steady rain, perched on the steeple of Sacred Heart Church on Knipfer Ave. at the corner of Franklin St. in Easthampton all day Tuesday. According to neighbor John Franzek, the birds were first sighted around 8 a.m. and still had not left their perch by 3 p.m.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

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