Jun 27 2011

Panther Hollow Watershed Meeting/Hike, June 30

Published by at 7:02 am under Books & Events,Schenley Park

Do you think the pond at Schenley Park is disgusting?  You’re not the only one.

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is developing a restoration plan for the Panther Hollow watershed which will ultimately — and permanently — improve the pond.   They’re holding three community meetings to discuss the plans.  The first meeting was May 23rd.  The next one is a hike in the hollow this Thursday June 30 from 6:00-8:00pm.  Meet at the Schenley Park Visitors Center.

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3 Responses to “Panther Hollow Watershed Meeting/Hike, June 30”

  1. mason4saloon 27 Jun 2011 at 9:13 am

    Hi
    Last night my dog’s barking woke me to noise in the woodsy patch behind our house There was an “animal in distress” sound. A terrible, soft, pathetic whimpering. It went on for 20 min. I guessed it might be the prey of an owl. But wouldn’t an owl kill immediately? I also heard branches and leaves being disturbed about every 3-5 min. , at first low to the ground then, up higher in the trees and that sound was traveling , moving through the woods. My dog (on leash) and I explored this morning where we could because there is a sheer drop off in that part of the woods, but no clues to be seen. Any wisdom on this?

  2. Kate St. Johnon 27 Jun 2011 at 10:39 am

    I have no idea. The sounds would have unnerved me… though they might have been begging young raccoons that were not in trouble… But then again…

  3. Steve-oon 27 Jun 2011 at 10:59 am

    I’m glad that this is being done, that pond has plenty of potential, but I’ve seen sewage waste ponds that were nicer to look at. If I still lived in Oakland I would definitely be involved with this.

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