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A Wild Turkey in New York's Battery Park

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A Wild Turkey in New York's Battery Park

A Wild Turkey in New York's Battery Park

A Wild Turkey in New York's Battery Park

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Zelda the wild turkey in New York City's Battery Park. John Guardo, NPR News hide caption

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New York City's Battery Park has a new resident celebrity — a wild turkey named Zelda. Whether by luck or instinct, the female turkey is living in probably the last place a hunter would think to look. NPR's Robert Smith reports.

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