Wild turkeys that have made themselves at home in the Bay Area city of Martinez, Calif., have been welcomed by many residents, but they have sometimes been a nuisance to others. "There are tons of stories (about) people's brand-new Mercedes getting torn up by 20-pound Toms who are looking at their reflections," said California Native Plant Society Executive Director Dan Gluesenkamp.
Wild turkeys receive mixed reaction in Calif. community
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