when you see them hover around high above the sky with the giant wings you might fall in love with them.
They are gregarious so they usually hover or flock together but now I see the very lonely one keep standing and watching down the hole of the fuming crater.
I like to call him Watch Vulture of Volcan Masaya..
Like the Turkey Vulture, this vulture is often seen standing in a spread-winged stance. The stance is believed to serve multiple functions: drying the wings, warming the body, and baking off bacteria. This same behavior is displayed by other New World vultures, Old World vultures, and storks.