the Californian and Andean condors, and the Old World vultures, including the birds that are seen scavenging on carcasses of dead animals on African plains. Some traditional Old World vultures (including the bearded vulture) are not closely related to the others, which is why the vultures are to be subdivided into three taxa rather than two. New World vultures are found in North and South America; Old World vultures are found in Europe, Africa, and Asia, meaning that between the two groups, vultures are found on every continent including Australia, The wedge-tailed vulture and not Antarctica. (though Trigonoceps vultures have crossed the Wallacea line).
After they flew to the trees, the vultures reside in the Aviary.
There are thought to be nearly 100 different species of vulture that are found worldwide.