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Where In the Patch Is This?

Test your knowledge of the Evanston landscape in our weekly photo quiz.

Where in Evanston can you find a bird feeder made out of a milk carton?

This is the latest question in our weekly ‘Where in the Patch in This?’ series, which tests Evanston residents' knowledge of their hometown by challenging you to identify photos of obscure public spots taken.

If you have a guess, put it in the comment section below. The first correct answer wins an unfathomably valuable prize: bragging rights for the week.

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Last week,  by correctly identifying a gargoyle sculpture behind the  at 225 Greenwood Ave.

If you have an idea for a "Where in the Patch?" spot to feature or would like to send in a photo for us to use, let us know at jenniferf@patch.com.


 

Karen Johnson May 15, 2012 at 04:21 AM
It's outside at Oakton Elementary School.
Cyndi Gage May 15, 2012 at 12:52 PM
Not too easy, I just happen to live & vote near the school.
Evanston Community Member - Guylaine H. May 15, 2012 at 02:56 PM
This feeder is part of our school's wildlife habitat created by 3rd and 1st graders.
Debi Lewis May 15, 2012 at 05:39 PM
Patch Folks -- if you think these are cute, come take a walk around the school to see the bead sculptures near the office doors, the beautiful unity fence that faces Oakton Street, and the other surprises and pretty landscaping that our art teacher and PTA volunteers have so beautifully created! Get out and enjoy a sweet spring walk around our fanciful, colorful, beloved neighborhood school!!!
Jennifer Fisher May 15, 2012 at 10:13 PM
That's what I did on Monday afternoon. It was a great way to get outside! I took a photo of the unity fence, too, to illustrate our story on a potential reduction in the number of fine arts teachers at D. 65: http://evanston.patch.com/articles/parents-fight-arts-cuts-in-d-65

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