Friday, May 13, 2016

Wait a minute, wait a minute!

Hunters provide trees for areas damaged by deer in Mt. Lebanon
Planting sites in Bird Park and Twin Hills Park were chosen by the municipal public works department and by the Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy, whose volunteers are planting the trees this month. Municipal manager Keith McGill said the cooperation of the archers, Game Commission and local volunteers will help to keep the community’s green spaces healthy.
Mt. Lebanon was cutting down trees in Twin Hills last fall and late summer. We have goats eating invasives in Bird Park. Why do deer get blamed for everything? They have "attacked humans" according to the Public Information Office, but to date, the PIO writes that coyotes have never attacked humans in the entire state of Pennsylvania

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