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March 5, 2015
Red Panda Peers Down

Red panda‬ Phoenix peers down from the Kovler Lion House in this photo by Assistant Lead Keeper Jill Dignan. Meet him and new mate Leafa in this recent Post from the President!

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January 20, 2012
Cuddly Creatures ADOPT

Looking for a heartfelt, unique and wild gift for your Valentine this year? Consider a Cuddly Creatures ADOPT package from Lincoln Park Zoo, featuring a cuddly plush animal, personalized certificate of ADOPTion, animal fact sheet, magnetized photo frame and a special photo of your animal. Go here to learn more.

January 19, 2012
Chimps Should Be Chimps Reader Survey

Have you read Chimps Should Be Chimps, the iPad children’s book developed by Lincoln Park Zoo’s Project ChimpCARE? Let us know what you think—and receive a chance for a free behind-the-scenes tour at Regenstein Center for African Apes—by filling out a short reader survey.

January 17, 2012
"The Wilds of Lincoln Park"
January 17, 2012
Human Hummingbirds Air Tonight

In mid-August hundreds of people flocked to Lincoln Park Zoo to catch a glimpse of a strange and bewildering sight—a human-sized hummingbird nest being constructed on the zoo’s Main Mall. Three men were attempting to live like hummingbirds for a new television show called Live Like An Animal on the National Geographic WILD channel. The show premieres tonight. Check it out!

January 13, 2012
Massasaugas Take the Season Off

A winter cool down behind the scenes at Regenstein Small Mammal–Reptile House primes endangered eastern massasauga rattlesnakes for spring breeding.

January 12, 2012
ZooLights Presented by ComEd and Charter One Recap

What had 2 million lights, thousands of visitors and six marriage proposals? ZooLights. See the recap here.

January 12, 2012
Black-Crowned Night Herons Stop Over
January 11, 2012
Smart & Soulful Gardening

Looking for new ways to envision your garden for next growing season? Register for a free gardening workshop with Director of Horticulture Brian Houck!

January 10, 2012
And The Winning Name Is...

Freya! The new snowy owl at Lincoln Park Zoo will be named Freya thanks to a landslide of your votes. We appreciate your interest in helping us name this beautiful creature and ask that you come visit her—and all of the animals—at Lincoln Park Zoo. In the meantime, learn more about snowy owls here.

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