David Harris captured the uneasy standoff at a T stop in Brookline this morning.
Wicked Local Brookline reports on a 911 call:
A Princeton Road resident called to report turkeys roosting in her trees at night. She was looking for advice.
Maryr spotted these dogs and turkeys warily eyeing each other through a fence in Brighton yesterday.
Wicked Local Brookline reports a Rawson Road resident called 911 to report she was out for a walk "when eight turkeys surrounded her and prevented her from passing."
Claire Blechman reports spotting this turkey apparently seeking an inspection today at a gas station on Beacon Street in Somerville, heading towards Inman Square.
Wicked Local Poultryville reports:
A caller reported seeing a woman being chased by turkeys on Rawson Road ...
Wicked Local Brookline (of course) reports a resident called 911 to report "vicious turkeys" on Lancaster Terrace near Beacon Street and that she "wanted them removed from Brookline."
Also check out the 911 calls about people pooping in buckets along the Muddy River and a woman who suspiciously tied some balloons to a parking meter.
Tim shows us a member of an elite turkey shock troop headed straight for a second-floor window at his parents' home in Belmont yesterday.
Wicked Local Brookline reports (last item):
A caller reported an aggressive turkey followed her until a good Samaritan let her onto a porch to wait it out on Mason Terrace.
Capt. Nemo spotted a turkey strolling around the Academy Hill area in Brighton today, and wondered what it was doing there, instead of terrorizing people in Brookline.
Roving UHub photographer Alkali, meanwhile, spotted a hawk perched atop a light pole at the intersection of Huntington and South Huntington Avenues:
Wicked Local Brookline reports:
A Gardner Road resident called to report several turkeys were at her door.
Eric the roving UHub photographer spotted this bird peckishly making the rounds of Central Square this morning.
Jeremy spotted this turkey in the parking lot of the Fenway Tasty Burger today.
Neville Williams spotted a turkey out for its evening constitutional in Lynn tonight.
Arlington Police acknowledged yesterday the town is besieged by turkeys, who have taken to strutting about the place as if they own it:
As if the snow hasnâ€™t put enough of a wrench in the morning and afternoon commute it seems we have a flock of turkeys gathering on some of our busier streets. Now donâ€™t tell them I said this but they are not the smartest birds. This is part of the reason it can be challenging to navigate around them and they donâ€™t seem to understand that your car is way bigger and they should get out of the road.
Wicked Local Brookline alerts us about an incident on New Year's Day:
A Tappan Street resident called to report he was attacked by a group of four turkeys near Sumner Road.
Also, a squirrel was reported to have gotten stuck in a sewer grate.