"Uh, sir, you say it's a lost pet?"
"Yes, that's right. A brown turkey. Just walking around."
"Sir, you do realize that one of the native species of Wisconsin is--
"Are you going to help or not?!"
"...okay sir. Just... okay."
"And now I just saw a bunny run past! Who is abandoning all of these poor pets?!"
Now yes, it's a little unusual to see a turkey that close to the Kohl center, but on the other hand, I've encountered plenty of wildlife in downtown Madison. I've seen a muskrat swim past the Monona Terrace, I've encountered deer, a skunk and an opossum in the parking lot of MATC Truax, and it seems like there's a raccoon rooting through a downtown garbage can every other night. It's absolutely common to spot red tail hawks and even turkey vultures overhead in Madison. In fact, this March a deer actually broke into an office building in downtown Madison! Read the article here.
Newsflash: Nature doesn't understand boundaries! I can't believe some people are so disconnected...