Lincoln Park Zoo

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April 18, 2014
Photo of the Week: April 18

Black rhino Kapuki and baby King get down for a good wallow in the mud in our Photo of the Week! Thanks to Keeper Cassy Kutilek for the picture.

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January 18, 2011
Conservation Camp and Zoo Crew Scholarships

Get a jump on summer fun by applying for one of 15 Conservation Camp and Zoo Crew scholarships. Recipients will enjoy a free one-week session!

January 10, 2011
Seeking Opinions from Millennials

Lincoln Park Zoo is participating in a nationwide study to assess the perceptions, attitudes and preferences of young adults (ages 20-35). The results will guide nonprofit strategies that target these Millennials. If you're a Millennial, please take a few minutes to complete this survey.

January 10, 2011
Mystery in the Zoo

Calling all animal investigators! A critter crime has been committed at Lincoln Park Zoo and we need your help to crack the case this Monday (Martin Luther King Day). First through third graders will collect and analyze clues, from footprints to fur to feces, to solve the Mystery in the Zoo! To learn more or register, go here.

January 7, 2011
New Arrival

The infant white-cheeked gibbon clings tightly to mom as she moves through their exhibit at the Helen Brach Primate House. Come by this weekend to see her yourself!

January 7, 2011
Give By Cell

Keep Lincoln Park Zoo free with just your thumb! Text LPZoo to 20222 to give $5 with your cell. Messaging and data rates may apply; see full details at www.lpzoo.org/mobilegiving.

January 7, 2011
Meet the Infant Gibbon!

Lincoln Park Zoo is happy to welcome an infant white-cheeked gibbon! The newest arrival for this endangered ape species was born at the Helen Brach Primate House on January 6. See photos!

January 6, 2011
Bat Physicals
January 3, 2011
Great Apes and Great Parents

Chicago Parent magazine profiles two unique Lincoln Park Zoo families. Check it out here.

December 20, 2010
Give By Cell

Keep Lincoln Park Zoo free with just your thumb! Text LPZoo to 20222 to give $5 with your cell. Messaging and data rates may apply; see full details at www.lpzoo.org/mobilegiving.

December 20, 2010
Story Time Needs Your Help

The annual budget for Story Time (one of the zoo’s most popular programs for young families) is $15,000. As with every free program, continued philanthropic support is necessary every year to maintain the twice-weekly program. Story Time is currently funded through January, 12. It will conclude unless funding is secured. We ask that you consider making a gift to support this fun, innovative and free zoo program.
Donations can be made in person at the zoo’s Gateway Pavilion or mailed to Lincoln Park Zoo, 2001 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60614, Attention: Story Time.

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