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Doe, Fawns Pause for Idyllic Tableau in El Cerrito

A big thanks to Lawrence of Radcliffe of El Cerrito for sending us his entrancing photo of a doe and two fawns taken about 5:30 p.m. Monday at the corner of Terrace Drive and Clark Place in the El Cerrito hills.

Doe, Fawns Pause for Idyllic Tableau in El Cerrito

If you drive up Moeser Lane and continue a short distance across Arlington Boulevard where Moeser becomes Terrace Drive, you'll come to a seemingly enchanted spot where El Cerrito resident Lawrence Radcliffe photographed a doe and two fawns Monday as they ruminated in soft, late-afternoon light among the trees and greenery near Wildcat Canyon. 

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You can see past articles about untamed critters of El Cerrito and Kensington by clicking on "El Cerrito wildlife" next to Related Topics below.

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