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Lot of turkeys in Franklin Park

Thebostonlol spotted a big rafter crossing the plains of Franklin Park today.

Dimas also spotted some free birds, in Brighton:

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One of the things I'm thankful for this year is this site and all the hard work you do providing us with news, including the latest turkey happenings.

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Thanks Adam, and Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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Both for the kind words and for being readers!

I hope you had a good Thanksgiving.

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run turkeys run!!

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That turkey appears to be flying.

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They're pretty good high-jumpers

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The turkey in the video DID fly from one rooftop to the other. According to National Geographic "wild turkeys are able to fly short distances at considerable speed. They can also run and swim."

Citation here: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2016/11/turkeys-thanksgiving-facts-holiday-tradition-history/#:~:text=Wild%20turkeys%20are%20able%20to,can%20also%20run%20and%20swim.&text=Granted%2C%20wild%20turkeys%20don't%20swim%20often.

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WKRP As God As My Witness I thought Turkeys Could image 0

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That’s aturkable. Magoo.

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"FREEBIRD!"

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As God is my witness, I KNEW turkeys could fly.

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of that usage of "rafter".

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