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Lincoln Square »

Squirrels are at their most active in the fall, and will produce unintended consequences come spring.

Uptown »

Lakeview's Chloe Symons spends her springs and summers protecting the rare birds.

South Loop »

Paul Wasserman and his neighbors see dozens of bird species come through their South Loop complex.

McKinley Park »

Ruiz Elementary students observed dozens of bird species during a Birds in My Neighborhood field trip.

Rogers Park »

Scott Judd gets to watch all sorts of migrating birds pass through his North Side yard.

Forest Glen »

The free event on Saturday includes bird watching, bird banding and meeting a raptor.

Downtown »

The flying rubies are heading to Chicago currently and some might even nest in your yard.

Humboldt Park »

Professional saxophone player Sam Burckhardt has documented more than 200 bird species at the park.

Back of the Yards »

Artist Roland Kulla turned his four lots into a giant garden that's home to loads of beautiful birds.

South Deering »

The Earth Day tour will take hikers to area frequented by more than a dozen bald eagles recently.

South Loop »

Nothing says spring like bird eggs hatching throughout the city.

Downtown »

You'll be able to fly the digital coop for one day only. 

Lincoln Park »

The bird, which is migrating through the city this month, dives headfirst into the water to catch fish.

Old Town »

Surrounded by the Chicago River, Goose Island makes for a good goose habitat.

Uptown »

The two groups have come to the resolution "that we need to work together."