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Concerned residents of the Holiday City community say the 40 to 60 wild birds are blocking the access road home, stealing cars & behaving aggressively

& # 39; The turkeys have taken over! & # 39 ;: A bunch of aggressive wild turkeys terrorize a 55-plus community in New Jersey – they even break windows when they start fighting each other

  • Concerned residents of the Holiday City community say the 40 to 60 wild birds are blocking the access road home, stealing cars & behaving aggressively
  • People who live in the area have tried to scare the animals away, but claim that it doesn't do much
  • Toms River officials say that animal inspectors are not licensed to catch animals in the wild, making it difficult to try to catch turkeys
  • According to a spokesperson for the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Fish and Game are aware of the wild turkeys, but were unable to comment further
  • Tom turkeys – to which male birds are referred – can grow up to 24 pounds and can run at 20 miles per hour
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It seems that New Jersey turkeys take revenge during this Thanksgiving season.

Residents of more than 55 communities in New Jersey are terrorized by a group of 40 to 60 wild turkeys that go beyond aggressive.

Concerned residents of the Holiday City community say the wild birds are blocking the access road home, stealing cars & behaving aggressively.

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Concerned residents of the Holiday City community say the 40 to 60 wild birds are blocking the access road home, stealing cars & behaving aggressively

Concerned residents of the Holiday City community say the 40 to 60 wild birds are blocking the access road home, stealing cars & behaving aggressively

& # 39; The turkeys take over, & # 39; a resident told News 12. & # 39; It's like a scourge. & # 39;

Resident Cindy Lijoi added: “I can't leave my house. & # 39; Sometimes I can't get out of my car. They are going to attack you. & # 39;

People who live in the area have tried to scare the animals away, but claim that it has little or no effect to scare the birds away. Some are even bitten by the turkeys.

& # 39; You scare them away, they won't do anything, & # 39; shared a woman. & # 39; They just look at you to & # 39; say yes & # 39; as if they don't care. & # 39;

People who live in the area have tried to scare the animals away, but claim that it doesn't do much

People who live in the area have tried to scare the animals away, but claim that it doesn't do much

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People who live in the area have tried to scare the animals away, but claim that it doesn't do much

& # 39; You scare them away, they won't do anything, & # 39; shared a woman. & # 39; They just look at you to & # 39; say yes & # 39; as if they don't care & # 39;

& # 39; You scare them away, they won't do anything, & # 39; shared a woman. & # 39; They just look at you to & # 39; say yes & # 39; as if they don't care & # 39;

& # 39; You scare them away, they won't do anything, & # 39; shared a woman. & # 39; They just look at you to & # 39; say yes & # 39; as if they don't care & # 39;

Toms River officials say that animal inspectors are not licensed to catch wildlife, making it difficult to try to catch turkeys.

According to a spokesman for the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Fish and Wild are aware of the wild turkeys, but were unable to comment further.

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& # 39; People think it's a joke, but it's a serious matter, & # 39; Lijoi explained, resembling the birds of & # 39; scary dogs & # 39 ;.

She added that the turkeys have broken windows in people's homes when they fight.

Tom turkeys – to which male birds are referred – can grow up to 24 pounds and can run at 20 miles per hour.

According to a spokesperson for the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Fish and Game are aware of the wild turkeys, but were unable to comment further

According to a spokesperson for the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Fish and Game are aware of the wild turkeys, but were unable to comment further

According to a spokesperson for the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Fish and Game are aware of the wild turkeys, but were unable to comment further

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