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.

A family of sandhill cranes seen in Barrington.
A family of sandhill cranes seen in Barrington.
Courtesy of Kathe Serritelli
A goldfinch rests on a wildflower in Geneva.
A goldfinch rests on a wildflower in Geneva.
Courtesy of Bill Peterson
A deer peers out from Fullersburg County Forest Preserve in Oak Brook.
A deer peers out from Fullersburg County Forest Preserve in Oak Brook.
Courtesy of Teri Babbini-Murphy
A surviving adult eagle keeps watch over the eaglets in their nest on the Mooseheart campus in North Aurora after another adult eagle was struck and killed by a car.
A surviving adult eagle keeps watch over the eaglets in their nest on the Mooseheart campus in North Aurora after another adult eagle was struck and killed by a car.
Courtesy of Dave Soderstrom
A gray heron catches a meal at Graue Mill in Oak Brook.
A gray heron catches a meal at Graue Mill in Oak Brook.
Courtesy of Todd A. Sherlock
A carp breaches the water at Brewster Creek in Bartlett.
A carp breaches the water at Brewster Creek in Bartlett.
Courtesy of Gordon Garcia
A ruby-throated hummingbird in Wheeling.
A ruby-throated hummingbird in Wheeling.
Courtesy of Pawel Los
A young deer seen in Dunhaven Woods in Palatine.
A young deer seen in Dunhaven Woods in Palatine.
Courtesy of Stephanie Reierson
A turtle seen recently in Sleepy Hollow.
A turtle seen recently in Sleepy Hollow.
Courtesy of Jen Webb Mitros
A great egret in full wingspan in Kane County.
A great egret in full wingspan in Kane County.
Courtesy of Leo Estrada
A cygnet at Lake Catherine.
A cygnet at Lake Catherine.
Courtesy of Joe Balynas
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