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Oregon Town Has Seen the Enemy, and They Are Turkeys

A small Oregon municipality is asking the state for advice on how to handle a flock of wild turkeys that are ruining gardens and leaving droppings just about everywhere, per the AP. Officials in Pilot Rock, a city of 1,500 people about 230 miles east of Portland, say dozens...
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