Tag: wild turkeys
News photos from events all around the Bay Area this week.
By Jonathan Roisman On a recent drive in Oakland’s Montclair neighborhood, a motorist stopped at a stop sign and instantly found herself surrounded by wild turkeys. When the driver honked, the birds responded by pecking the car’s tires and door. Minutes passed with the driver paralyzed until finally an intrepid resident emerged to shoo the […]
It has become a familiar ritual for residents of one block on Cornell Avenue in the East Bay town of Albany: Every evening just after sunset, wild turkeys appear. They amble up the street, alone, then in twos and threes, then in larger groups, until maybe 30 have gathered. They gobble and screech. As they […]