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May 28, 2015
New Piglets at the Farm-in-the-Zoo

The Livestock Barn at the Farm-in-the-Zoo is looking cute and cuddly these days with the arrival of seven Mangalitsa piglets! This unique Hungarian breed is known for its long, curly fur.

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April 10, 2012
Get Ready to Run!

Registration is open for United Run for the Zoo! Join us June 3 for a 10K run, 5K run, 5K walk or free kids' Rhino Rush. Races sell out, so be sure to register now!

April 10, 2012
Easter Egg-Stravaganza Recap

The zoo hosted its first Easter Egg-Stravaganza at the Farm-in-the-Zoo on Saturday. Here's a video of kids rushing to gather their eggs. Families also made crafts, enjoyed breakfast at the Farm-in-the-Zoo and met the Easter Bunny!

April 9, 2012
Gorilla Farewell Party Tomorrow!

Join us tomorrow at 10 a.m. to say goodbye to gorillas Makari, Tabibu and JoJo! The farewell-party fun will include an ice cake and edible banner.

April 6, 2012
Where Are the Bunnies?

As some families get ready for the Eastern Bunny, Coordinator of Wildlife Management Vicky Hunt gives us an update on the wild rabbit population at the zoo!

April 6, 2012
Members-Only Morning

Want to wake up with the zoo? On April 21, Lincoln Park Zoo members can join us for exclusive members-only access and activities!

April 6, 2012
Phil Collins on Safari?!

Seeing elephants, giraffes and other wildlife during an education outreach trip to Niger reinvigorated educator Katie Hawkins’ passion for educating visitors about conservation.

April 5, 2012
Getting Ready to Say Goodbye

Play dates and favorite treats—President and CEO Kevin Bell shares how keepers are preparing for gorilla moves and invites you to a goodbye party.

April 4, 2012
An Honored Guest

Last week Lincoln Park Zoo was honored to welcome Ambassador Maman Sidikou of the Republic of Niger and Maurice Weaver of the Global FoodBanking Network.

April 4, 2012
Young Scientists on Safari

Third and fourth graders got to step into the shoes of zoo scientists with last week’s Scientists on Safari program. Here they match photos of domestic dogs taken a year apart—the same task biologist Anna Czupryna undertakes for her vaccination study in the Serengeti!

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