Birds gone wild: Resurgent turkeys spar with human neighbors

In this Sept. 27, 2017 photo, wild turkeys walk along a street in a residential neighborhood in Brookline, Mass. Wild turkeys have bounced back in New England in what’s considered a success story for wildlife restoration. But as they spread farther into urban areas, they’re increasingly coming into conflict with humans who say they ravage gardens, damage cars and attack people. (AP Photo/Collin Binkley) RPCB102 RPCB102

Wild turkeys have stormed back in what’s considered a major success story for wildlife restoration. But as they spread farther into urban areas, they’re increasingly clashing with residents who say they destroy gardens, damage cars, chase pets and attack people.

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