Lincoln Park Zoo members can celebrate Earth Day weekend with a special Members-Only Morning this Saturday, April 23!
The south end of the zoo will open early just for members from 8–10 a.mRead More ›
As we celebrate bats today, did you know scientists with Lincoln Park Zoo’s Urban Wildlife Institute use special acoustic-listening devices to listen to the skies above Chicago to see which batsRead More ›
Native to western Mexico, Rio Fuerte beaded lizards are among the world’s few venomous lizard species, injecting toxins with a bite as they prey on small animals. Scientists from Lincoln Park Zoo’Read More ›
Lately we’ve been giving Japanese macaques at Regenstein Macaque Forest a new challenge in the touch-screen booths: sequencing colored dots. We already know from past research that monkeys can doRead More ›
Join Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States, as he reads from and discusses his new book, “The Humane Economy,” at a special Wine & Wildlife eveningRead More ›
Gorilla Azizi offer a sideways glance in our Photo of the Week. This powerful primate is the dominant member of the all-male bachelor troop at Regenstein Center for African Apes.
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Walking through Lincoln Park Zoo every day, I’m reminded of all the different contributions that make this institution great. At the same time, I’m consistently impressed that some of the hardestRead More ›
Regenstein Macaque Forest welcomed its second new arrival of the season as female Ono gave birth April 13. This new arrival is also Ono’s second baby at Lincoln Park Zoo, following male Obu in MayRead More ›
The transition between late winter and early spring is a truly exciting time—especially in Chicago. After months of layering up and trudging through the blistering cold, stir-crazy Chicagoans jumpRead More ›