Lakeway has literally gone to the birds, friends. No, not because of traffic and commercial development, but because of literal birds. Specifically, two turkeys.
For Lake Travis resident Suzy Aubert, the tale of two turkeys in Lake Travis has been a mystery since May of 2017, when she spotted this fab fowl duo on her property in Serene Hills.
The first time she saw them it was quite a shock because you typically don’t see two turkeys waddling across your lawn in Lakeway. Wild boars, roadrunners, skunks, possum, coyotes — yes — but not turkeys. Now it’s becoming commonplace.
Lakeway isn’t being overrun by a rafter of turkeys, it’s just these two. They supposedly live behind The Lakeway Church and are often spotted across the street at the Lakeway Texaco on the corner of Lakeway Blvd. and Lohmans Crossing (as pictured above).
Why are they here?
Are they a couple? Aww, cute!
When will they leave?
Today we’ll answer all of your burning questions about Lakeway’s Meleagris gallopavo intermedia.