Suburban habitats: Readers' photos of local wildlife

 
 
Posted5/21/2018 1:00 AM
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Some of the best photos from the Daily Herald Suburban Wildlife page on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/SuburbanWildlife/

Dave Soderstrom captured a den of red fox pups.
Dave Soderstrom captured a den of red fox pups.
Courtesy of Dave Soderstrom
Terri Babbini Murphy captured this deer in Fullersburg County Forest Preserve.
Terri Babbini Murphy captured this deer in Fullersburg County Forest Preserve.
Courtesy of Terri Babbini Murphy
Andrew Zydell captured this gosling in Kane County.
Andrew Zydell captured this gosling in Kane County.
Courtesy of Andrew Zydell
Ken Murphy captured an Easter Fox snake in Lee County.
Ken Murphy captured an Easter Fox snake in Lee County.
Courtesy of Ken Murphy
Gordon Garcia photographed Great Horned owls in Kane County.
Gordon Garcia photographed Great Horned owls in Kane County.
Courtesy of Gordon Garcia
Renny Seiwert found these raccoons in Des Plaines.
Renny Seiwert found these raccoons in Des Plaines.
Courtesy of Renny Seiwert
Sherry Dickson Christol photographed this deer near Illinois Beach State Park.
Sherry Dickson Christol photographed this deer near Illinois Beach State Park.
Courtesy of Sherry Dickson Christol
George LeClaire captured this photo of a bird flying out of the bird bath.
George LeClaire captured this photo of a bird flying out of the bird bath.
Courtesy of George LeClaire
Cindy Spudich found this oriole in Lake Zurich.
Cindy Spudich found this oriole in Lake Zurich.
Courtesy of Cindy Spudich
Bob Graves captured this Great Blue heron at Salt Creek near Graue Mill.
Bob Graves captured this Great Blue heron at Salt Creek near Graue Mill.
Courtesy of Bob Graves
Mike Zarnek found these baby squirrels peeking out of their den.
Mike Zarnek found these baby squirrels peeking out of their den.
Courtesy of Mike Zarnek
Todd A. Sherlock captured reflections in the water with this heron.
Todd A. Sherlock captured reflections in the water with this heron.
Courtesy of Todd A. Sherlock
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