Jan 21, 2015 10:45 PM
SEABROOK - A 20 pound turkey has certainly ruffled some feathers in Stoneybrook, a mobile home park.
He showed up last spring. Now neighbors have nicknamed George.
"I think everybody ought to leave him alone," said one neighbor. "He's just the mascot of the park."
George spends his days strutting his stuff and clucking at cars.
It is unclear how long he will call this community home.
"I always worry about Thanksgiving," said a neighbor. "I hope nobody is going to come out and shoot this guy."
The Fish and Game Department and the Seabrook Animal Control officer said if they can capture George they will move him to another area.
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