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Take a Mobile Nature Scavenger Hunt in Sindt Woods near the Riverwalk

Above / A Mobile Nature Scavenger Hunt is now available for Sindt Woods, located at the west end of the Riverwalk. Throughout the years,...

Be safe around wildlife, never touch a bat

Above / Bats are the primary carriers of rabies in Illinois. To be safe, never touch a bat (alive or dead) or any wild...

Beware, be safe: Never touch a live bat or wild animal trapped in your...

Above / Stay clear of raccoons, bats and other wild animal scavengers in search of food at night. (PN File Photo 2015) DUPAGE COUNTY—This is...

April Editor’s Notes

OK. Where do we begin with folklore to enjoy the month that begins with foolishness and the promise of showers for May flowers? When you...

Naperville residents encouraged to be aware of coyote sightings

Recommended steps may help keep coyotes in their natural habitat UPDATE Aug. 24, 2016 / Coyotes have been spotted along Kingsley elementary school on Ring Road...

Local animals make Naperville top ten list

The Lede (That's the enticing introduction.) Reminiscing about Naperville and local animals Naperville Mayor Emeritus George Pradel became the inspiration for this April cover when Mayor Steve...

February is National Wild Bird Feeding Month

Above / Back in February 2013, PN used its cover to raise awareness about the proper and healthful way to feed our wild feathered...

Things to do around Naperville this weekend: Nov. 11-13

Friday Weed Ladies Winter Show - 10AM | Free Naper Settlement – 523 S. Webster St Naperville, IL 60540 The Weed Ladies winter sale features holiday-themed floral...

Tributes to freedom and other weekend updates in Naperville

Above / This Riverwalk covered bridge crosses the DuPage River to connect Centennial Beach at Centennial Park and the 72-bell Millennium Carillon in the...

Benefit will serve childcare and wellness needs of families in Honduras

Above / The Pavilion at Meson Sabika will open its doors to host the annual benefit for Casa de Luz. On Thurs., Nov. 3, Ginny...

Take a break! Enjoy the natural landscape and wildlife in Naperville parks

Above / Today during a break in the action, a great blue heron welcomed our trek across the footbridge in May Watts Park. After...

August editor’s notes

This sticky summer has been just ducky and doggone distracting! While trying to pay attention to the world’s challenges, who would have thought in June...

Naperville Riverwalk visitors learn why a duck race, share education

Above / Gary Leavenworth fits the bill to help the Riverwalk Foundation get ducks in order to launch awareness campaign in celebration of the...

Living with Coyotes: Learn from an Expert Nov. 19 at Knoch Knolls Nature Center

Shane McKenzie from Max McGraw Wildlife Foundation to Speak Chances are that a coyote has been sighted in most Naperville neighborhoods within the past few...

Transitions – Another Look at Freedom

Living in Naperville you get accustomed to seeing wild animals. I have seen deer, turtles, snakes, wild turkeys, groundhogs, possums, raccoons, skunks and foxes...

Riverwalk signs heighten awareness about woes of feeding wildlife

Updated Post Nov. 7, 2016 / No matter what the season, allow waterfowl to be wild. Ducks and geese are capable of finding healthful food...

Greetings to PN / May 2014 / Volume 13 #9

Most recent greeting is posted at top. Occasionally, Greetings to PN also are linked to other online PN stories. Many of these greetings, edited...

Geese give goslings guidance to feed naturally

Updated Post / June 8, 2014: "Water is the driving force of all nature." —Leonardo da Vinci Folks who visit May Watts Park this spring...

Deer in headlights can create costly collisions in the Midwest

Last Wednesday evening a vehicle collision with a deer hit a little too close to home, validating the fact that nearly half of vehicle...

A Naperville Gardener – Have you ever seen a rose-eating havalina?

In January, I received an e-mail from my son in Arizona with the subject line asking, "Guess who's eating the roses?" Last year, when I was visiting for my...

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