PHOTOS: Barrington resident captures frolicking foxes on film

Family of six foxes frequents Alfred Drown neighborhood

Posted 4/19/21

Barrington resident Richard King recently captured photos of a family of foxes that has been frequenting the Alfred Drown neighborhood.

Mr. King said the foxes — a mother, father and six …

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PHOTOS: Barrington resident captures frolicking foxes on film

Family of six foxes frequents Alfred Drown neighborhood

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Barrington resident Richard King recently captured photos of a family of foxes that has been frequenting the Alfred Drown neighborhood.

Mr. King said the foxes — a mother, father and six kits — have been seen early in the morning and late in the afternoon.

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