King Vulture has an extremely large geographic range; consequently, even though the population may be in decline, the IUCN Red List status of King Vulture is evaluated as Least Concern (BirdLife International 2014). King Vulture is considered Endangered, however, under Mexican law (Eitniear 2000, NOM-059 SEMARNAT 2010). It is also a species of high concern to Partners in Flight (Berlanga et al. 2010). Based on determinations of habitat loss, Berlanga et al. (2010) estimated that 50% or more of its population has been lost in Mexico during the last century. An educational poster, feeding station and popularity of the species at waterfalls in Belize has aided in its survival Eitniear 1986, 1993). Habitat loss is the single greatest limiting factor (Eitniear 1989).