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(Steve Griffin | The Salt Lake Tribune) Turkey vultures gather above a mule deer carcass in Emigration Canyon in Salt Lake City, Monday, Sept. 23, 2013.
Photos: Vulture culture in Salt Lake City
First Published Sep 24 2013 09:11 am • Last Updated Sep 24 2013 09:11 am

Turkey vultures gather above a mule deer carcass on Monday in Emigration Canyon in Salt Lake City. According to the Division of Wildlife Resources, Utah’s turkey vultures are present statewide during summer months, but they head south for the winter.

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