Wild Turkeys on the Loose in Toms River
It's time to talk turkey since Thanksgiving is right around the corner. A gang wild and aggressive turkeys are fed up and have been terrorizing an adult community in the town of Toms River.
According to NJ.com and News 12 NJ, the flock of 40 to 60 turkeys are on the run and they're extremely aggressive. The angry birds have broken windows and have tried to bite residents of a senior community in Ocean County.
New Jersey is home to about 23,000 wild turkeys according to the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife. The best way to scare away wild turkeys is to make a lot of noise according to the Humane Society.
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