New Jersey will trap turkeys troubling Jersey Shore neighbourhood

TOMS RIVER, NEW JERSEY (AP) — New Jersey has drumsticked up a plan to deal with flocks of wild turkeys that are ruffling some feathers in a Jersey Shore neighbourhood. And it doesn’t involve them winding up on dinner plates in two weeks. The state Department of Environmental Protection will trap scores of turkeys that have descended on a retirement community in Toms River and relocate them. More details in Weekend’s Borneo Bulletin