"I've sent he turkey a whole bunch of times. It's amazing because he just hangs out by the side of the road. I can't imagine that the guy doesn't get hit," said Drew Bitner, who has spotted the turkey.
"Every time I come this way I see it. I've seen it on the post there. I've never seen it really cause any problems, although the first time I saw it I almost did wreck because I wasn't used to it," said cyclist Kate McAlpine.
Some people think that it's not just one bird at work but a flock of turkeys that has invaded the intersection.
"There's a whole flock of 'em," said Sam Korcovelos.
Others believe the wild turkey isn't wild at all but an escapee from the nearby Crab Tree Farm.
Lake Bluff police said in a press release they are working with the Department of Natural Resources and wildlife centers to find a resolution to the situation.