Vultures are great for storing meat since the keep it fresh longer. But vultures can also act as decent guards against early game raids. Set vultures to aggressive, if they are normally sitting in base, and they will attack anything that gets in. Be wary that explosives will destroy your vultures during late game raids.
Vultures are the best against raider my base was getting raided omve the attackers got in my sun blocking flock of 57 vutures killed not only the raiders but there rex and two argys had the laugh of my life
Vulture base damage is 23 per bite. A rex is 62 damage per bite. So at 300% damage ( which is incredibly easy to get with a vulture ) you essentially have a rex biting from your shoulder every 2-4 seconds. A vulture can get 600%+ damage. In other words, tame two high levels and breed them for nothing but absolutely devastating damage.
Vultures can attack from your shoulder, raise melee damage and they act like a 2nd weapon. In addition throwing them at an enemy turns them into a living tracking missile as they seek and destroy your attacker
Vultures have the ability to keep meats from spoiling a lot longer. Just have the culture Harvest the corpse, as you cannot put the meat on it after the fact, and you should have that prime lasting for quite a while
They can attack from your shoulder and act as a quote un quote homing misleading when thrown at your enemies and when meat is put in their enemy it takes much longer to spoil (the way vaulters have a pretty strong bite but a rexes bite is more powerful but if you get your vaulter to 300% damage that’s the same as a Rex which Is amazingly easy with a vulture as their damage every level when upgraded is amazing if you get it to 600% you basically have a giga on your shoulder
From my experience and apparently others, Vultures don't listen to attack target whistles. Someone earlier mentioned bringing a Dimorphodon into the mix to start combat alongside your pack of vultures, it's worth mentioning again.