Spring Wildlife Notice
Picture this morning of our first sighting of a fawn lying beside the lake trail. Annually during the first week of June, we see our biggest drop of fawns. They are often left where visitors hike which may be beside the trail and/or buildings to keep them away from predators. These young fawns are defenseless until they can run from predators.
Please leave all wildlife alone while hiking at Radnor Lake, they do not need our help. If there is any doubt, please just contact one of our park ranger staff. We will be glad to check on it.
Park management would like to send a special thank you to all of our photographers who stay on the trail, help educate the public, share their photos and capture these wildlife sightings the “right way” by following the rules/regulations at the natural area. We appreciate each one of you!