Turkey provides some comic relief for winter weary residents in Laval
It was a bright spot for some Laval residents in an otherwise depressing and dreary day punctuated by ongoing black-outs and more snow.
Peter Frantzeskos snapped this photo of a wild turkey roaming the streets right after heavy, wet snow blanketed the region Tuesday.
The turkey was spotted at the intersection of rue Bertin and Jacques-Plante in the Chomedey district.
Wild turkeys are becoming increasingly common in the southern part of the province.
The birds pose no problem and should be left alone.
For more information about the Quebec government's plan to manage the surging wild turkey population go to: mffp.gouv.qc.ca/faune/chasse/plan-gestion-dindon-sauvage.jsp
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