THIS IS NOT A DRILL!
Details courtesy of WFTV.com:
"They're mean, and it's just very unusual behavior that I didn't even know existed," resident Katie Justice said.
Wildlife experts told Eyewitness News that, around mating season, the territorial males are attracted to shiny surfaces. When a male turkey spots its own reflection on the side of the car, it thinks that it is seeing a competitor and it attacks.
FWC said that turkeys are not considered "nuisance wildlife" under the nuisance wildlife rule. They are game species so they cannot be taken outside of designated legal hunting seasons using legal methods with hunting licenses, etc.
Until hunting season begins in March, FWC told the trapper to advise people to make noises to scare the turkeys away.