Turnpike wild Turkey

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  1. Linda7NJ

    Linda7NJ New Member

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    A wild turkey that's taken up residence at a New Jersey tollbooth and spends its days scooting around 18-wheelers won't have to dodge Thanksgiving traffic. State Fish and Wildlife officials netted the bird Wednesday after failed attempts during the weekend.
    The turkey had been trotting around the busy toll booth since the spring, weaving around traffic at the 14B interchange in Jersey City.
    "Apparently, this turkey decided to make Jersey City her home, alongside of one of the top five busiest toll roads in America," said turnpike spokesman Joe Orlando. "She didn't want to leave, she was a regular, and to be honest with you, she probably had better attendance than a lot of the employees."

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    It turns out that she's not the only one thats bad with directions.:waitasec:

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