Images: Suburban habitats: Readers' photos of local wildlife

 
 
Posted12/17/2018 1:00 AM
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Check out our Daily Herald Suburban Wildlife page on Facebook. There, you will find what many people have asked us about: A place to share your neighborhood coyote sightings and other related snapshots.

Redheaded woodpecker in Lake County.
Redheaded woodpecker in Lake County.
Photo courtesy of John Edmondson
Cardinal in the Gold Coast subdivision in Elgin.
Cardinal in the Gold Coast subdivision in Elgin.
Photo courtesy of Mark Devino
Fun with a small mailbox and squirrel in the yard.
Fun with a small mailbox and squirrel in the yard.
Photo courtesy of Lisa Flanagan
An owl sighting in Fermilab in Batavia.
An owl sighting in Fermilab in Batavia.
Photo courtesy of Brent Kisser
Geese dot the landscape during a sunset in DuPage County.
Geese dot the landscape during a sunset in DuPage County.
Photo courtesy of Gordon Garcia
The Wagner Fen Forest Preserve in Tower Lakes.
The Wagner Fen Forest Preserve in Tower Lakes.
Photo courtesy of Sherry Johnson Lajiness
A young opossum seen at Fermilab in Batavia.
A young opossum seen at Fermilab in Batavia.
Photo courtesy of Dave Soderstrom
Turkeys seen along Shaffner Road in Wheaton.
Turkeys seen along Shaffner Road in Wheaton.
Photo courtesy of Lori Martens Anderson
A muskrat in Mount Saint Mary Park in St. Charles.
A muskrat in Mount Saint Mary Park in St. Charles.
Photo courtesy of Caroline Hill Cayton
A pair of Eastern gray squirrels in Plainfield.
A pair of Eastern gray squirrels in Plainfield.
Photo courtesy of David Kacynski
Birds taking a cold bath in the suburbs.
Birds taking a cold bath in the suburbs.
Photo courtesy of George LeClaire
A young Cooper's Hawk in Kane County.
A young Cooper's Hawk in Kane County.
Photo courtesy of Andrew Zydell

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