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Chickens no longer as scarce as hen's teeth in Roslindale

Wild chickens in Roslindale

Veeconley deserves a Poulet-zer Award for photographing the feral chickens of Roslindale, traipsing around St. Michael's Cemetery off Walk Hill Street this morning like they owned the joint.

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Brookline Turkey
Roslindale Chicken

Any other animals?

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Revere Beach Deer

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The Belmont Moose!

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Of the situation, Adam.

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The Colonel is tracking them to find the colony.

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I'm also now seeing rabbits.

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I am now seeing rabbits too in East Boston. I've lived here for years and never saw rabbits. I'm not sure where they suddenly came from.

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it's probably out of the field there. This was during the middle of the day too which I found really odd.

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Coyotes will keep the population down.

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The Black Bear of Chestnut Hill

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