The Garden consists of 350 acres of lagoons, oak woods, re-created prairie and many formal gardens.
Each spring and fall virtually all of the warblers that regularly move through the region are reported in the lagoons.
his 165-acre lake is home to one of the most important heron rookeries in the region.
This 1,200-acre area of restored prairie, oak woods, marsh and open water is notable for migrating waterbirds and woodland songbirds.
This virgin wood, owned by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County, is a surprise find in central Evanston.
This 85-acre Village of Glenview park focuses on both natural and cultural history and provides some very good birding as well.
This Village of Wilmette park is an excellent place to observe fall migration along Lake Michigan.
Birders walk the edge of this 6.5-acre fenced sanctuary in Lincoln Park to see and hear the large variety of migrants that use this wooded oasis.