Wild Turkey Living in Battery Park
Animals Human Interest Oddities
Wild Turkey Living in Battery Park

Today's New York Times has a story on Turkeys at p. B4. It mentions Zelda, a hen turkey who has lived in Battery Park since about 2003, and who survived Hurricane Sandy perched in a tree. Named for F. Scott Fitzgerald's wife (once found wandering Battery PArk during a bout of mental illness), Zelda may have been seen as far north as Greenwich Village. Like her literary predecessor, she always seems to be startling groups of onlookers.

Publication date Jun 24, 2018
Property ID: 1199
Updated on: Aug 31, 2019

Today's New York Times has a story on Turkeys at p. B4. It mentions Zelda, a hen turkey who has lived in Battery Park since about 2003, and who survived Hurricane Sandy perched in a tree. Named for F. Scott Fitzgerald's wife (once found wandering Battery PArk during a bout of mental illness), Zelda may have been seen as far north as Greenwich Village. Like her literary predecessor, she always seems to be startling groups of onlookers.

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Location:
Battery Park , Battery Park , Lower Tip of Manhattan, New York, 10004, United States
Listing Category:
Animals Human Interest Oddities
Virtual / Real:
Virtual
Created Date:
06-24-2018
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plaquemaster
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