New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas
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two male suspects harassing the turkey, he said.One grabbed the turkey around the neck, shook it and then thrc*w it into the Wading Pool.
"She said they tcK)k some pictures with their |)hones, laughed abc)ut it ancl left," Satsky said.
Tlu' turkev didn't die immediately, but park employees found it dec (MSC’d the next d«>y.
The game wardt'n said thc‘ man had picturc's of the turkey on his cell |)hone and admitted to grabbing the turkt'y, but said he wasn't intefitionallv frying to kill it.
"He told me, 'I w.is just tooling around,'" S.itsky s.itd.
"I .iskc'd if he was tr> ing lo c apture it for Thanksgiving, He nc'ver did admit that he wav The intcmt c ould hav(' been there."
Ihe man's companion, also a vvork<*r on th(' (ourfhousc' restoration
One man said the late Landa Park turkey “brought joy to many and smiles to little faces"
project, was not issuc'd a citation. Satsky said turkeys are "few and
far between" in Comal County, and this on#» nrf>b;ihly fniinrl itc w;^y fn Landa Rirk via neighfx)ring Panthf»r Canyon,
"Once people started fc*c*cJing him, he liked it and decided to hang around," he said. "The pt*ople were taking good care of him. He was well ic'd. He was a popular icon at Landa Park and even had his own Facebook f>age."
One admirer of the turkey was Larry Horton C)f New Braunfels, wlio said the turkey brought joy to his grandkids and others who visitc^d the park.
"I remembc‘r wh(‘n the silly turk(‘y first landed in the park," Horton said. "It was so funny watc hing il hang out with the gc'ese.
"On the first morning it was strut ting around with one gcK)S(‘ while all the others formed a ring and watched. The bird cjuickly bc‘c amc> a celebrity with its own lacebook page and articles in the newspapers. It brought joy to many and smiles to little faces."
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Wc'dni’sday's action by tin' banks of furone, the U.S., Britain, (!anafia, lapan and Switzerland rf^)resented an extraordiriary c (>ordiriatc'd effort.
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