Though talk of wild turkey in Rosslyn may lead one to think of bros in hotel bars swigging high-proof bourbon, today it was the real, live thing.
A wild turkey was found waddling around a construction site in Rosslyn, leading to a response from the Animal Welfare League of Arlington.
An animal control officer was able to catch the male turkey, which was said to be “scared and very stressed.” A video posted on Facebook, below, captures the scene as the turkey was placed in a kennel before being brought back to AWLA’s shelter in Shirlington and then being released into the wild.
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We checked him out, determined he was ok, and together with Arlington County Parks and Recreation’s Natural Resources Chief and his team, we released the turkey into a quiet patch of woods in North Arlington. We are so grateful we were able to help this beautiful bird get back to the wild!
The #RosslynTurkey is back where he belongs – in the wild! Earlier today we got a call about a turkey in the road in Rosslyn. On arrival, Officer Barker found a male wild turkey in a construction area, scared and very stressed. She was able to catch the turkey, and brought him back to the shelter so we could make sure he wasn’t hurt. We checked him out, determined he was ok, and together with Arlington County Parks and Recreation’s Natural Resources Chief and his team, we released the turkey into a quiet patch of woods in North Arlington. We are so grateful we were able to help this beautiful bird get back to the wild!
Posted by Animal Welfare League of Arlington on Monday, March 26, 2018
Rosslyn-based WJLA (ABC 7) captured video of the turkey before its capture:
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