Egyptian Vultures are a widespread species in Nepal. They are scavengers that feed mainly on carrion (noun – the decaying flesh of dead animals).
The first time I spotted this bird was in Baireni, Dhadhing where the Trishuli river meandered sharply and dumped garbage and other debris onto the beach. This attracted scavengers and Egyptian Vultures were one of them.
The other areas where I have spotted them around Mugling-Narayanghat road near Chhimkeshowri, around Pumdikot, and Gha Chowk in Pokhara. The photo of the vulture in the month of August was from Kushma in Parbat.