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New York Man Claims Wild Turkeys

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People in Greenlawn, N.Y., saw turkeys on their green lawns on Thanksgiving. Wild turkeys wandered around, and even blocked traffic. Then the 15 wild turkeys marched away and disappeared. Now Brian Kelly says the turkeys belong to him. He says they wandered farther than normal.

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Good Morning. I'm Steve Inskeep with a footnote to a Thanksgiving apparition.

People in Greenlawn, New York, saw turkeys on their green lawns on the holiday. Wild turkeys wandered around and even blocked traffic, and then the 15 wild turkeys marched away and disappeared. Now, Brian Kelly says the turkeys belong to him. The local resident says they wandered farther than normal. He lost his turkeys though it did not stop him from eating turkey on Thanksgiving.

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