Why Are Turkeys Running Wild in These Neighborhoods? | National Geographic
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Wild turkeys are not native to California but have made the state their home. The hearty fowl are known to flock to suburban and residential areas to the amusement, and sometimes annoyance, of their human neighbors. Turkey hunting is one way to manage the population, and one game hunter sees the benefits that turkeys have brought to California.
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FIELD PRODUCER/VIDEOGRAPHER: David Zlutnick VIDEO/GRAPHICS EDITOR: Jennifer Murphy ADDITIONAL VIDEO: Fred Vela, National Geographic Creative