Peacocks, above, and pelicans, below, are among the birds living at Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. (Photos by David Taffet/Dallas Voice) Take a trip to southern Dallas County to encounter dozens of species or more of local birds in various stages of rehabilitation DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writertaffet@dallasvoice.com I never thought I’d just walk through a committee of vultures — and yes that’s the right term for a group of vultures that isn’t feeding on dead carcasses.
But if they are feeding, they’re known as a wake of vultures. That’s just one of the interesting things I learned when I was visiting Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Hutchins, right off I-45, in south Dallas County.
In the parking lot, we were greeted by a peacock who proudly rattled his train to show off his beautiful plumage, something that most of the other peacocks had already molted by mid-summer.
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