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  1. About a week ago we saw about 6 of them on Greenbay Rd. and Forestview Rd. Oh, and yes, he was out and about on Saturday evening just chomping away on some greens.

  2. The LBPO non-emergency number operator: “yes ma’am, we know about the turkey……It’s a wild turkey ma’am. He can go wherever he wants.” She sounded like she had received MANY calls.

  3. I saw the Tom and two hens at the corner of Greenbay and 176 Friday afternoon and the Tom again on Sunday afternoon.Quite the sight, Especially when the Tom faned his tail and spread his wings when somone tried to get them of the road.

  4. I stopped by Crab Tree farm to see if this guy belonged to them and they told me that he does indeed. Apparently, all the birds leave the farm around this time of year to go find a place to mate (nest?) and most of the time, the majority return. The Rainbow Motel must not have had any rooms available…

  5. I saw the turkey on Saturday afternoon in front of the water plant. This morning I was telling my son about your story and are siting on Saturday when we turned on to 176 (west bound from Green Bay Road) and there he was on the north side of the road. Just standing there looking around.

  6. About a month ago, my wife said she saw a flock of over 30 wild turkeys on the school grounds! Being skeptical that our area is rural enough to support such a larch flock, I figured maybe not. But yesterday around 4:30 we saw this turkey! Very exciting to know they’re around, but scary to think harm could quickly come to this fellow.

  7. And again at 6:50am this morning at 176/Greenbay. His crossing etiquette was im-peck-able, as he walked with the light and right in the crosswalk! Could we save some taxpayer $$ and hire him as a crossing guard?

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