The 'pardoned' turkeys: Where are they now? - TODAY: Pets - MSNBC.com
A couple of comments, the quote is referring to WDW in regards to the exhibit with the cows.
May and Flower have no worries about predators, of course. They don't even have to put up with roommate problems: When they didn't get along with the cow in their original exhibit, they were moved to their own private quarters.
Unfortunately, this means that they're no longer visible to the public. However, the turkeys to be pardoned this year will go to Disneyland in California, where you will be able to visit them at Big Thunder Mountain Ranch.
"In today's world of social media, they have their own fan club," says Disney's Wardle. "They have fans — I guarantee there will be people who will go out and look for them."
And the Disney CM that came up with the idea was Tim O'Day, who worked for the PR department for many years, and you might recognize his name from some of the books sold at the parks. (Tim started as a Parade Performer in 1976, and retired around the end of the 50th celebration, so over 30 years).