To get to school on time, Molly the roving UHub photographer discovered at the Ohrenberger in West Roxbury this morning.
Sue O'Connell reports:
Why is traffic allowed on Centre St in Jamaica Plain during the Turkey Pride Parade?
Roving reporter Christine April spotted this bird hurrying into the polling place at the Harvard Graduate School of Design this morning, only to slowly walk away with a dejected look after learning she'd have to return on Sept. 4 to vote. Read more.
Ben Walsh spotted a couple of turkeys getting back to their hideout off Forbes Street in Jamaica Plain this morning. Has anybody heard from Ben since?
Jay spotted this turkey by the container terminal in South Boston this morning.
State wildlife officials are turning to the public to get a handle on just how many turkeys we have in the state now (beyond "Lots! And that's just on my block!"). They've posted a form to let you report all your turkey sightings (the form refers to "poults" - those are baby turkeys).
The form only lists "Boston" as a community, but there's a notes field where you could add Roslindale or the North End or wherever.
Ray the roving UHub photographer spotted this tom peeping into a dorm room at Harvard (the Phillips Brooks House) today.
The TV series has a focus on Boston - this season with Fenway Park and the old Boston Globe newsroom playing key roles. But a couple of local folks have Issues. Read more.
Casey couldn't help but snort while passing by the JFK Federal Building today.
Turkeys inspect their newest domain in the North End, as Jody Faller watched.
For the second day, a Massachusetts driver has come face to face with fowl death in the form of a turkey that smashed into a windshield at highway speed. Read more.
S&S Consulting spotted this turkey in the North End today.
David Schachner looked out his office window, on the fifth floor of 359 Newbury St., shortly after1 p.m. and came face to face with a turkey.
He reports that the turkey has since
hit the ground like a sack of wet cement flown away.
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