Bostonian photographed a hawk being kept on the ground by numerous smaller birds in the Fenway this morning.
JB Parrett watched as a gaggle of goslings made their way along the Charles today.
Police are keeping a wary eye on a coyote first reported at lunchtime at Dorchester Avenue and Linden Street. Around 12:45, it was reported on Orchardfield Street, three blocks south. It was not reported to be bothering anybody, and officers are leaving it be for now.
This is a couple hours after a turkey was spotted on Adams Street.
A concerned citizen complains:
I don't want to be a wet blanket, but every evening when I walk through the Public Garden between 5 and 6, I see this gentleman feeding the geese and ducks, in spite of the fact that such feeding is not allowed - I would normally let it go, but he feeds them practically every night, and he feeds them a lot! If this really harms the critters, someone should talk to him - otherwise, they should remove the signs!
The Animal Rescue League of Boston comes through today with the save.
Daniel Guzman reports this squirrel has taken up residence at the Bellevue commuter-rail stop on the West Roxbury/Roslindale line.
Good Morning Gloucester reports from Bodega Bay.
Ami Chitwood spotted the gobbler this morning, wonders if it was trying to hop on the 705 to Framingham.
Jenny Musch spotted this turkey trying to peck her way into M. Steinert and Sons on Boylston Street early this morning.
The Animal Rescue League of Boston reports it rescued an injured swan from the mean streets of the North End this afternoon.
Good gravy, as if traffic on Morrissey Boulevard weren't already bad enough, Lorenzo Charlie marveled this afternoon.
Eric Heise captured this urbane turkey strolling down Garrison Street between Huntington and St. Botolph this afternoon.
A pair of turkeys caused a rubbernecking ruckus along Mass. Ave. near Columbus this morning. The two birds proved to disbelieving bystanders that they can, in fact, fly, swooping over cars and the heads of pedestrians in a crazed flight from the roof of one building to the porch of another.
Hingham Police report firefighters managed to cut away the fence and the deer ran away.