Images: Suburban habitats: Readers' photos of local wildlife

 
Daily Herlad Report
Updated 7/15/2019 8:54 AM

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.

Red-winged blackbird attacking a great blue heron in Batavia.
Red-winged blackbird attacking a great blue heron in Batavia.
Courtesy of Bill Peterson
Raccoons nesting under a pier and coming out at sunset.
Raccoons nesting under a pier and coming out at sunset.
Courtesy of Jerry Goldner
A huge bullfrog caught, photographed and released in Charles E. Brown Park in Deer Park.
A huge bullfrog caught, photographed and released in Charles E. Brown Park in Deer Park.
Courtesy of Vijay Santha
A great blue heron flying over the waters of the Fox River in Kane County.
A great blue heron flying over the waters of the Fox River in Kane County.
Courtesy of Leo Estrada
A red fox hanging out in downtown Downers Grove about 3:30 a.m.
A red fox hanging out in downtown Downers Grove about 3:30 a.m.
Courtesy of Kevin Sheely
Close-up look at a dragonfly.
Close-up look at a dragonfly.
Courtesy of Todd A. Sherlock
A male ruby-throated hummingbird seen in Wheeling.
A male ruby-throated hummingbird seen in Wheeling.
Courtesy of Pawel Los
A small tree frog peers out from a park bench in Bartlett.
A small tree frog peers out from a park bench in Bartlett.
Courtesy of Gordon Garcia
A bird divebombs a bald eaglet in Mooseheart.
A bird divebombs a bald eaglet in Mooseheart.
Courtesy of Dave Soderstrom
The beautiful colors of flowers and a butterfly, seen in a suburban garden.
The beautiful colors of flowers and a butterfly, seen in a suburban garden.
Courtesy of Fred Share
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