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Monday, November 29, 2021

Photos: A herd of turkeys in the Bay Area reaches the cul-de-sac at Point Richmond

The first bird stood in the road and shook its feathers on Thursday afternoon in October, before the next four appeared.

These five goblers made up a veritable flock, snapping, purring and wandering around Point Richmond on their way to their next meal, which could include berries, roots, insects, small reptiles, or amphibians.

As the herd stalled, the exalted “brave birds” – as Benjamin Franklin once christened them – became a graphic metaphor for the shortages and supply chain problems that were causing Bayers and Americans to struggle to feed their tables this Thanksgiving. …

A flock of wild turkeys cautiously walk a dead end street in Point Richmond in Richmond, California, Thursday, October 21, 2021. Thanksgiving chefs may have a hard time finding a traditional main course this year; The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a shortage of poultry due to supply chain problems. (Ray Chavez / Bay Area News Group) #

We are hungry turkeys struggling to find animal protein this holiday as the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a 13.6% increase in meat, fish, poultry and egg prices year-over-year, and Bay Food Banks said Area. more accurate bursts over the past three months.

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