When Good Fowl Go Foul
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Turkey time!! People have their favorite ways of thawing their turkey, preparing their turkey, eating leftover turkey. But do you have a favorite way of avoiding an aggressive urban turkey attack?
Really. If not, you should. Especially if you live in Brookline, Massachusetts (or if you have a friends who does), you are well aware of a rising population of feathered fowl gangs who are taking the holiday and town back with their waddling and gobbling and attacking . It's apparently not a new thing. NPR reported on this in 2006. It's made the news plenty of times (really, just Google it) . And a Brookline Tom Turkey even has his own Twitter handle.
So what's a patriotic red-blooded American to do about this urban plight? Go turkey hunting, of course. Devin D. Marks was flabbergasted when he first saw wild turkeys in his own backyard in Brookline soon after he moved from Lexington, Kentucky two years ago. "Weirdest dern thing," he said. His initial reaction was to reach for his
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