THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
Ellen Goodman

Making room for turkeys

Thirty-seven turkeys were released into the Massachusetts wilderness in 1972. Since then birds have been found gobbling around backyards, hanging out near Starbucks, and roosting in the trees. Thirty-seven turkeys were released into the Massachusetts wilderness in 1972. Since then birds have been found gobbling around backyards, hanging out near Starbucks, and roosting in the trees. (Mark Wilson/Globe Staff)
By Ellen Goodman
November 16, 2007

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MY THANKSGIVING prep began in one of those markets where, for a premium, you get a story with your food. Every vegetable, every creature, and every jar of jam comes with its own pedigree and memoir. (Full article: 792 words)

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