Town takes aim at wild turkeys (1)
David Abram said the birds are bad neighbors.
"They're running up on our porch, eating our cat food - they're running our cats in the trees," he told KVAL News.
"There is no sleep because you go to sleep, and three, four in the morning - gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble," he said. "When you're in your house, and it feels like thunder, something's going on above your house. Kids are chasing the turkeys and the next thing you know, you have 15 turkeys on your house."