Vultures & Condors
Vultures and condors are cute - yes they are!
Andean Condor - The largest flying bird in cute Birdorable form - our Andean Condor!
Black Vulture - A darling vulture found in the Americas. Black plumage, black bald head, all cute!
California Condor - Customizable t-shirts, cards, keychains, mugs, hats and other gifts with our cute Birdorable California Condor.
Cape Vulture - AKA Cape Griffon Vulture or Kolbe's Vulture.
Cinereous Vulture - An Old World species found in Europe and Asia. And now here, too, on Birdorable!
Egyptian Vulture - Customizable t-shirts, cards, keychains, mugs, hats and other gifts with our cute Birdorable Egyptian Vulture. Add your own text!
Griffon Vulture - A magnificent Old World vulture that lives in parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Hooded Vulture - A small species of vulture that lives across sub-Sarahan Africa. Our cute Hooded Vulture!
Indian Vulture - Indian Vultures are large Old World vultures and they need our help. The species is considered Critically Endangered.
King Vulture - King Vultures are large New World birds with a special look. What a face!
Lammergeier - A cute vulture? You bet! With feathered heads, Lammergeiers are extra-neat!
Lappet-faced Vulture - The Lappet-faced Vulture is a large, powerful species of Old World vulture. And we've made it super-cute, yes we have!
Lesser Yellow-headed Vulture - A New World species with a colorful face and a preference for open habitats.
Palm-nut Vulture - A black-and-white fruit-eating pseudo-eagle pseudo-vulture in Birdorable form.
Red-headed Vulture - A distinctive species of Old World vulture here in cute Birdorable form.
Rueppell's Vulture - These big birds seek carrion while soaring on thermals above central parts of Africa.
Turkey Vulture - Turkey Vultures are found in the Americas, and are the most common species of vulture in their range.
White-backed Vulture - Africa's most widespread species of vulture is here in cute Birdorable form!
White-headed Vulture - A colorful vulture that lives in parts of Africa. Check out that pink-orange beak!