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Injured Maine Turkey Making A Recovery

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Many Americans cooked and ate plenty of turkey on Thanksgiving and are now thinking of ways to use the leftover turkey. One turkey that didn’t end up on anyones Thanksgiving Day table, is lucky in more ways than one.

A turkey in Cape Neddick, Maine injured itself when it flew through a double-pane window a few days prior to Thanksgiving Day. A resident bought the injured bird to the Center for Wildlife, where the male turkey is recovering in ICU. The turkey had wing damage and likely some brain damage. The turkey remains in ICU but it’s prognosis is good. The ultimate goal is to set the turkey free back in to the wild.

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