Suburban habitats: Readers' photos of local wildlife

 
 
Posted1/21/2019 1:00 AM

Some of the best photos from the 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.

A common merganser setting down in waters in Kane County.
A common merganser setting down in waters in Kane County.
Photo courtesy of Leo Estrada
A bald eagle along the Fox River in St. Charles.
A bald eagle along the Fox River in St. Charles.
Photo courtesy of Bill Peterson
A buck spotted in Cook County.
A buck spotted in Cook County.
Photo courtesy of Renny Seiwert
House finches around a feeder in Cook County.
House finches around a feeder in Cook County.
Photo courtesy of George LeClaire
A cardinal spotted in Grayslake.
A cardinal spotted in Grayslake.
Photo courtesy of Christine Donnelly
A brown snake seen in LaSalle County.
A brown snake seen in LaSalle County.
Photo courtesy of Ken Murphy
An opossum foraging in James "Pate" Phillips State Park in Bartlett.
An opossum foraging in James "Pate" Phillips State Park in Bartlett.
Photo courtesy of Gordon Garcia
A fox seen in a backyard near Barrington.
A fox seen in a backyard near Barrington.
Photo courtesy of Stephen Barten
Dove after a snowstorm in Grayslake,
Dove after a snowstorm in Grayslake,
Photo courtesy of Christine Donnelly
Birds around a feeder last spring in North Aurora.
Birds around a feeder last spring in North Aurora.
Photo courtesy of Art Ciolkowski
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