From a safe place (for now), Jodi Solomon reports on a Jamaica Plain street held hostage: Read more.
Brittney Moon reports that the terror tom who had been going after students, teachers and parents for two weeks at the Haley School in Roslindale has a new home this morning: the Myles Standish Forest in Plymouth. Moon says that a sergeant from state Environmental Police managed to capture the angry walking party platter for transport way down the coast, far away from American Legion Highway.
Students at the Haley School on American Legion Highway in Roslindale hesitate before they leave in the afternoon these days - because they know an angry turkey is probably waiting for them on the other side of the doors. Read more.
David Finnerty stayed a respectful distance away this morning while taking a snapshot of the turkey that has roamed Ashmont Street and Peabody Square the past few months.
Nicholas Agri caught that most New England of scenes this morning: A turkey heading for the entrance of a Dunkin' Donuts, in Winthrop.
B2 Beighlie watched the scene unfold outside the management office at Stony Brook Common in Roslindale today.
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.
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