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  • A hummingbird feeds in a Gurnee backyard.

      A hummingbird feeds in a Gurnee backyard.
    Dianne Vehlow of Gurnee

  • Connor Solum hot dogs it on one ski in Princeton, WI last year over the 4th of July holiday. He had just mastered one ski and felt rather comfortable on it.

      Connor Solum hot dogs it on one ski in Princeton, WI last year over the 4th of July holiday. He had just mastered one ski and felt rather comfortable on it.
    Christine M. Solum of Arlington Heights

  • Ryan Morabito sits at a campfire poking at the logs as the sun sets last week in Conover, WI.

      Ryan Morabito sits at a campfire poking at the logs as the sun sets last week in Conover, WI.
    Colin Morabito of Libertyville

  • The sun sets over Lake Geneva, WI near Majestic Ski Hill this past summer.

      The sun sets over Lake Geneva, WI near Majestic Ski Hill this past summer.
    Kevin Joyce of Long Grove

  • A coyote is out for an afternoon stroll at Cooper Middle School in Buffalo Grove on Saturday, June 29. The coyote is being tracked by a collar device and ear tags.

      A coyote is out for an afternoon stroll at Cooper Middle School in Buffalo Grove on Saturday, June 29. The coyote is being tracked by a collar device and ear tags.
    Karen Voght of Buffalo Grove

  • A dragonfly sits on a reed last week at the Bristol Renessance Faire in Wisconsin.

      A dragonfly sits on a reed last week at the Bristol Renessance Faire in Wisconsin.
    Christian Kumpf of Hanover Park

  • Surf and turf on the Dingle peninsula, Ireland.

      Surf and turf on the Dingle peninsula, Ireland.
    Kathy DeMichael of Itasca

  • I took this photo when we vacationed in Florida for a month. We were on our way down to Key West, FL. and this was taken one morning in the Keys.

      I took this photo when we vacationed in Florida for a month. We were on our way down to Key West, FL. and this was taken one morning in the Keys.
    Carole Hatke of Itasca

  • Canadian Geese Mom and Pop carrying for their young brood behind our home.

      Canadian Geese Mom and Pop carrying for their young brood behind our home.
    Allen Panek of Naperville

  • Last week when we were cleaning out our gutters for the first time in a while we came across this old, rain-soaked foam ball that happened to have plants growing out of it, much like the actual earth itself.

      Last week when we were cleaning out our gutters for the first time in a while we came across this old, rain-soaked foam ball that happened to have plants growing out of it, much like the actual earth itself.
    Christian Surtzm of Batavia

  • This photo was taken this past week at the Lake in the Hills fen. Delicate in design and dressed in a variety of colors, dragonflies have always caught my eye. The pastel appearance added to the softness of the shot.

      This photo was taken this past week at the Lake in the Hills fen. Delicate in design and dressed in a variety of colors, dragonflies have always caught my eye. The pastel appearance added to the softness of the shot.
    Tony Pocewicz of Carpentersville

  • This is a picture of a baby Preying Mantis that I saw in our yard recently. It is good to know that we have them in our garden, as they help with insect control.

      This is a picture of a baby Preying Mantis that I saw in our yard recently. It is good to know that we have them in our garden, as they help with insect control.
    Paulette Novalinski of Carpentersville

 

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