Radiomancy Museum noticed a couple of turkeys in Mattapan this morning: One stood watch while the other went up to a car and began pecking at it.
Renee Graham reports this turkey is mighty testy and not putting up with any nonsense in Coolidge Corner today. How testy?
I saw a USPS driver today loop the block waiting for the turkey to leave.
Suzannishly spotted this grim warning on Tappan Street in Brookline today.
Roving UHub photographer Joe Borkowski spotted this seemingly perplexed turkey in Charles Circle this morning trying to figure out where to go.
Kelly and Jeff report this turkey on Dana Street near Mass. Ave. in Cambridge was showing absolutely no fear of people this morning.
We are apparently now at Peak Turkey: They really are everywhere. Trevor spotted this bird by the cafe on the Franklin Street side of Post Office Square today and has a simple question:
How is there a turkey in Post Office Square???
At least some people are taking to contacting 311 when they spot a turkey these days. A couple days ago, the city responded to a 311 report about a turkey just walking around Glide Street in Dorchester:
Turkeys are natural to the City of Boston. If there are no injuries to the turkey, just ensure to stay out of its way.
At press time, the city had yet to respond to a complaint about a wild turkey running down Appleton St in the South End.
Vicki the roving UHub photographer wasn't doing much roving on the turnpike in Natick this afternoon when turkeys began turkeying all over the place, bringing traffic on both sides to a complete halt.
She did get a brief glimpse of one of the walking Butterballs by the Jersey barriers as she inched forward westbound.
Tamas K-L couldn't help but notice these great gobblers in Bedford today.
Reports are coming in from pretty much everywhere: Turkeys in the Boston area are on the move. To where, exactly, cannot yet be said, but drivers and pedestrians alike need to step lively, or slow down, as the case may be.
Andrew Bauer shows us why our roads no longer just need bike lanes; these days they need turkey lanes - like on Beacon Street near the stairs to Yawkey Station.
But wait, there's more: Read more.
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.
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