Images: Suburban habitats: Readers' photos of local wildlife

 
 

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.

Double-crested cormorant in Arlington Heights.
Double-crested cormorant in Arlington Heights.
Courtesy of Pawel Los
Pelicans, seen north of the Carpentersville dam.
Pelicans, seen north of the Carpentersville dam.
Courtesy of Wayne Reed
Garter snake at Crabtree Nature Center in Barrington.
Garter snake at Crabtree Nature Center in Barrington.
Courtesy of Jean Tookey
A honey bee seen in Geneva.
A honey bee seen in Geneva.
Courtesy of Bill Peterson
A muskrat spotted at the Waukegan Marina.
A muskrat spotted at the Waukegan Marina.
Courtesy of James Fronk
A sandhill crane picking up muddy vegetation from the water in McHenry County.
A sandhill crane picking up muddy vegetation from the water in McHenry County.
Courtesy of Pawel Los
A bald eagle flies overhead in Mount Prospect.
A bald eagle flies overhead in Mount Prospect.
Courtesy of Katya Mischenko-Mycyk
A redheaded woodpecker seen in March in Lake County.
A redheaded woodpecker seen in March in Lake County.
Courtesy of John Edmondson
Mallard ducks at Danada Forest Preserve in Wheaton.
Mallard ducks at Danada Forest Preserve in Wheaton.
Courtesy of Viana Santoni-Oliver
A mallard duck flies over the Fox River in Algonquin.
A mallard duck flies over the Fox River in Algonquin.
Courtesy of Marianne Smolinski
A pelican flies over the Fox River Shores Forest Preserve in Carpentersville.
A pelican flies over the Fox River Shores Forest Preserve in Carpentersville.
Courtesy of Gordon Garcia
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