Back And Fourth

The turkeys are often seen moving back and fourth along North Bank Rogue River Road near Gold Beach.

Curry County is known for its abundance of wildlife, including wild turkeys.

In Formation

Often the turkeys move along North Bank Rogue River Road in formation.

So it shouldn’t be surprising to spot the turkeys running from here to there. But it might be an unusual sight to see a rafter of Curry turkeys gathered around the mail boxes on North Bank Rogue River Road.

Checking For Mail?

It's not surprising to locals to see this group of turkeys gathering by mail boxes along North Bank River Road.

One might wonder if they are expecting an invitation to Thanksgiving dinner.

Locals say the turkeys also are frequent visitors to a nearby tavern, where they take advantage of food scattered outside around the business for resident chickens.

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