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Real Turkeys, Of The Feathered Variety, At McDonald’s In Woburn, MA — 4pm In The Afternoon.

by Anura Guruge

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This is the McDonald’s @ 333 Montvale Ave, 333 Montvale Ave, Woburn, MA 01801. Click to ENLARGE.

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This is our default Boston McDonald’s. We invariably stop here, for coffee, healthy snacks and the bathrooms, both on our way in — and out — of Boston. It is so easy to get to off I-93 and the perfect distance from Boston (i.e., under 10-miles).

So, per routine, we stopped here, just after 4pm, yesterday, Thursday, December 19, 2019, on our way to ‘Revels’ in Cambridge.

They appeared by the emergency exit door as we were about to order. Wow. This is in Woburn, MA — not in the sticks of New Hampshire.

We were both amazed and impressed. So were some of the other customers. The staff seemed strangely ambivalent.

What I am surprised about the most. How come these have NOT ended up as chicken nuggets?

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by Anura Guruge

The Real Turkeys On Prospect Mountain Road, Alton, New Hampshire.

by Anura Guruge

As I have posted a number of times we have a LOT of turkey around here (and I am, honest, not referring to the Trump supporters). Yes, they get well fed around here which explains the preponderance. They don’t come into our yard as much as they used to because we have two dogs that love to play with them. These were taken around 2:30pm on Saturday, March 5, 2016.

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All these pictures taken with the Panasonic FZ1000.

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Loons In The Lake, Turkeys In The Yard.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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The six Loons were in the evening around 6 pm.

We started the day with Turkeys, with young, in the yard.

Though we do have quite a few Turkeys on Prospect Mountain Road (which we live off), this is the first time we have seen Turkeys in our yard. Deanna snapped the pictures.

That we have a neighbor that puts out several pounds of grain a day, year round, for the birds help.

We see large flocks of Turkeys in fall and winter coming for the fill.

I have seen a lot of Turkeys on my run up Prospect Mountain this year. Saw two more today. Maya likes to try and play with them. They refuse to cooperate to Maya’s chagrin.