Thanksgiving 2021. It's the year the turkeys got their revenge in Colorado if a new video out of Estes Park is to be believed.

After much turkey analysis, I'm still not 100% sure what's happening here. I believe the lady that shared the video is in the same predicament. Here's what she had to say about this mammoth gathering of birds in front of her Estes Park cabin:

It was total turkey pandemonium. They looked like they were having a meeting discussing what they should do regarding the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday and certainly seemed concerned there may be a possible food shortage and they needed to find a hideout. They finally all ran off gobbling and clucking together into the mountains to hide.

Turkey pandemonium? I can now die a happy man as I've always wanted to be able to say that. Watch the gobblers for yourself and see if you can figure out what they're trying to accomplish.

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If you know me, you likely know where I'm going with this. Paging my favorite episode ever of WKRP in Cincinnati. If you're a friend of turkeys, hide your eyes.

What were the turkeys doing in Estes Park, Colorado? Meeting about a preemptive strike prior to Thanksgiving on campers there? We can only wonder.

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