Images: Readers' photos of local wildlife

 
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Posted9/16/2019 1:00 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.

A hummingbird makes a stop at a sunflower in Elgin.
A hummingbird makes a stop at a sunflower in Elgin.
Courtesy of Andy Raupp
An egret walks past Caspian terns on the Fox River in Kane County.
An egret walks past Caspian terns on the Fox River in Kane County.
Courtesy of Leo Estrada
A whitetail buck looks back out of the woods in Batavia.
A whitetail buck looks back out of the woods in Batavia.
Courtesy of Bill Peterson
Deer seen in a Tower Lakes yard.
Deer seen in a Tower Lakes yard.
Courtesy of Sherry Johnson Lajiness
Double crested cormorant takes off on the Fox River in Geneva.
Double crested cormorant takes off on the Fox River in Geneva.
Courtesy of Dave Soderstrom
Spiny soft-shell turtle along the Fox River in St. Charles.
Spiny soft-shell turtle along the Fox River in St. Charles.
Courtesy of Gordon Garcia
A heron is spotted in Crystal Lake.
A heron is spotted in Crystal Lake.
Courtesy of Ellen Castleman
A blue jay seen in West Dundee.
A blue jay seen in West Dundee.
Courtesy of Wayne Reed
Sandhill cranes seen in Deer Grove.
Sandhill cranes seen in Deer Grove.
Courtesy of Tom Cole
A buck looks out from the brush in Naperville.
A buck looks out from the brush in Naperville.
Courtesy of David Watts
A fox takes a nap after playing in a suburban yard.
A fox takes a nap after playing in a suburban yard.
Courtesy of Laurel Jacobus
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