Long Island Turkey Farms Booming, Say Many Customers Looking For Smaller Birds This YearLong Island growers say roaming and foraging outdoors improves the turkeys' flavor, delivering a more tender eating experience.
More Than 1,000 Turkeys Handed Out To Needy FamiliesHundreds of families in Queens will now be able to enjoy a turkey this Thanksgiving, thanks to a generous effort from the NYPD.
N.J. Dept. Of Environmental Protection Working To Trap Turkeys Running Wild In Toms RiverWorkers will lure them using trails of corn and then capture them using a drop net.
'They're Worse Than Dogs. They're Dangerous': Wild Turkeys Taking Over In Toms RiverSome residents of the retirement community say the large flock of wild turkeys blocks traffic, and sometimes makes it impossible to walk out the front door.
Staten Island Neighborhood Overrun By TurkeysDongan Hills resident Barbara Laing said about 60 turkeys call her maple tree home, and her family keeps busy cleaning up after them.
Twenty-Five Wild Turkeys From Staten Island Headed For Hudson Valley Animal SanctuaryThe Staten Island Advance reports that the birds will be transported upstate by the same U.S. Department of Agriculture unit that rounded up some of their brethren and sent them to a slaughterhouse last month.
Nature Advocates Protest Against Slaughter Of Wild Turkeys On Staten IslandResidents and nature advocates protested Wednesday against the slaughter of wild turkeys on Staten Island, arguing that the claims that the birds are unsanitary are false.
Turkeys Take Up Residence In Staten Island NeighborhoodIn late December two of them crashed into car windows in front of Forest Bard Liquors on Forest Avenue, while another perched on the window ledge of a Sovereign Bank.
After Sandy, Need Is Greater At Annual Turkey Drive On Long IslandBecause of superstorm Sandy, there are many new faces in need of food assistance this year at the Island Harvest food drive in Bethpage.
Brad Paisley Is A Self-Proclaimed 'Idiot,' Releases Lyric Video For 'Southern Comfort Zone'He calls himself an "idiot," and his fans "turkeys," but worry not, it's all in good fun.
Wild Turkeys Terrorize Some On Staten IslandSome people on Staten Island think the wild turkeys roaming their borough are terrible.
Stories From Main Street: Sprout Creek Farm Teaches Students Important Lessons Outside Of The ClassroomJust outside Poughkeepsie, Sprout Creek Farm is a unique place - an outdoor classroom full of kids.
Staten Island Residents Getting 'Turkey Survey'According to a report, 700 residents are being surveyed about wild turkeys which roam parts of Staten Island. The Department of Environmental Conservation wants to know what locals think of the birds.