Arrowhead Marsh, which juts out into the bay next to the Oakland Airport, is often full of drama.
In a battle among feathered titans, a red-tailed hawk spots a group of vultures settling in on a carcass. The red-tail makes its move.
Ask yourself: can you truly feel sorry for vultures?
Photos by Rick Lewis.
Rick Lewis is a wildlife photographer who frequents Arrowhead Marsh.
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