Very good. I'll tell you what I used for bait at that camera, it was a bucket full of chicken peeps. Maybe 20#, they were frozen into a clump when I dumped them out. In about the same spot where the hawk is sitting, there's nothing but fuzz there now.
The local vet and I talked about these black vultures when they were first noticed in this area. For anyone not following along with the discussion, what these things will do, they'll find a newborn calf, or lamb or kid goat "unattended" out in a pasture, and basically pick it apart, and eat it alive. I'm sure they'd do the same thing with fawn deer.
Momma walks off to feed or get a drink of water, they'll swoop in, and go to work on the little critter. Doc was telling me about a local farmer, I think the man lost 8 or 10 calves that one season, to black vultures. That sure would suck!
I checked the camera at Wardney's salt lick yesterday, 100 and some pics in 2 weeks time. I still have one spike buck that has his antlers.