Cows Wander Bel Air Neighborhood
The animals were spotted on Fairway Drive in Bel Air Tuesday morning.
From bears to cows, the quiet Fairway Drive in Bel Air has seen it all in the past few weeks.
On June 9, residents of the drive located off Wheel Road were startled by the sight of a bear visiting their yards.
This week, a group of unexpected animals visited the same location.
When members of the Eberius family, who live on Fairway Drive, looked out the window Tuesday morning, they found their yard had become a grazing area for cows.
The group of bovine animals appeared to include two bulls and four calves, the family said.
"We think they came from Brooms Bloom," wrote Megan Eberius in a message to Patch.
An employee at Broom's Bloom Dairy, located at 1700 South Fountain Green Road, a short distance from Fairway Drive, said the dairy does not own any bulls and speculated the animals could belong to another local farmer, who she volunteered to call.
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Editor's note: Megan Eberius is the cousin of Bel Air Patch editor Kirsten Dize.