Now you can see ducks, egrets and herons in lower Cerrito Creek, the natural boundary between El Cerrito and Albany. The restoration, or liberation, of the creek has been a long and painstaking series of projects that have succeeded only because of the many volunteers who've donated their time and muscles in partnership with the cities of El Cerrito and Albany. This YouTube video slideshow, by Susan Schwartz of the , documents the human faces and remarkable progress that's been achieved along a section of Cerrito Creek at the foot of Adams Street, east of Creekside Park and west of San Pablo Avenue.
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