At the age of 2, western lowland gorilla Patty became the youngest-ever voluntary participant in computer touch-screen cognition studies at the zoo. Now 3, she’s adept at sequencing symbols asRead More ›
A male snowy owl chick at the Regenstein Birds of Prey Exhibit perches for the perfect pose in our Photo of the Week.
“He hatched on the same day as his mom, Freya, so they have the sameRead More ›
#WorldLionDay is an easy one for us to celebrate. Through the zoo-led Serengeti Health Initiative, zoo scientists are protecting the health of African lions, local villagers and domestic dogs inRead More ›
Yoga at the Zoo Presented By Walgreens flows onward weekly through mid-September. Classes for adults and parents with toddlers take place outdoors at Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo in anRead More ›
Lincoln Park Zoo scientist Lydia Hopper, Ph.D., was honored today with the American Psychology Association’s Clever Systems Early-Career Investigator Award.Read More ›
The eyes have it when it comes to the Meller’s chameleon, an African species that moves its powerful eyes independently to spot insect prey. See for yourself at Regenstein Small Mammal-ReptileRead More ›