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fences trapping animals

This is Yale Cohen’s picture. He says "On June 4 I came a cross two deer that were caught between the fences between the Riverton Bridge and McKeesport.. unable to get out....banging against the fence like pin balls...there was a biker on the Riverton side and I and my companion on the McKeesport side ...they felt trapped and bounced madly against the sides trying get was a bit frightening we trapped as well and feared the deer would hit us as they flailed around...I eventually got around them and they went towards McKeesport..."
2014-06-14 00:28:33
to enlarge the picture (this works in Chrome, anyway), on Mac hold down control key, click picture with mouse, select Open Image in New Tab. On Windows it's probably right-click.
2014-06-14 06:43:03
On Win 7 / Chrome, you can also Control + (and Control - to shrink it again)
2014-06-14 08:20:38
This has happened to me with deer and rabbits on the Sandcastle leg of the trail too. Design flaw.
2014-06-14 18:34:33
Never thought we were building animal traps but ?
2014-06-16 05:22:29
Late one night, there was a rabbit on the sidewalk ramp on the south side of the Fort Pitt Bridge. I tried to figure out a way to get the rabbit down where he was, but he ended up going to town - terrified, some yards in front of me. I guess Point State Park might be a OK place for bunny.
2014-06-16 12:25:54