Indigenous to the Americas, wild turkeys hold a special place in U.S. history. Native Americans regularly made meals out of the birds, and turkeys continue to be a staple of Thanksgiving feasts. During colonial times, Ben Franklin even advocated for the selection of the turkey as the national bird of the United States. Despite their historical prominence, turkeys were nearly driven to extinction in the 1930s due to habitat loss and overhunting. Thanks to successful recovery efforts, however, the birds are now estimated to number about 7 million in population throughout North America.

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William
4/16/2021
Very thorough!
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4/16/2021
Great work, thank you!
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4/16/2021
Great customer service -- know their business.
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4/16/2021
Michelle and George are superstars! Very professional and friendly - they do outstanding work - highly recommend their services.
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4/8/2021
Chris is great to work with, very knowledgeable and informative. Critters run when they see him coming :-)
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4/5/2021
2nd continuous year of service by Critter Control. Plan and explanations are excellent, good customer service.
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4/5/2021
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4/5/2021
Terrance has been a pleasure to work with. He's polite, and responsive. He's answered all my questions, and has done good work. We are quite pleased with Critter Control of Central, Ma. While we hope we won't need to call again, we won't hesitate to if we need to.
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4/2/2021
Very impressed with the professionalism and knowledge of the personnel that inspected our home. They fully explained how to rectify our issue.
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