This is getting just plain ole nuts. I live in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, the south hills not far from the city, maybe 6 miles by the way a crow flies. See bunches of whitetail deer, herds of 'em. Rabbits, chipmunks, turkeys etc... A hunters dream except that you can't hunt the woods behind my home. The other day while dutifully washing the dishes I look out my kitchen window and see not the usual 5 or 6 deer in my yard but lo and behold... A red fox! Holy crap! Almost grabbed my .22 Romanian training rifle. (My baby mauser) But I thought better of it. This wildlife issue is getting nuts. Whats next, coyote's? Folks in this area own little "doggies" and "kitties". Young children also reside here with their families. Considering the abundance of wildlife in this area ( and it's on the increase) Maybe the borough should consider a limited hunt based on a lottery in selected safe areas to cull the herd. Would love to "prang" a buck from my bathroom window while sitting on the throne. Now that would be a hunting story.