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November 24, 2015
Gobble, Gobble!

Here’s a little-known fact you’ll gobble-gobble up: wild turkeys live in the Chicago area.

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November 9, 2012
Photo of the Week: November 9

Our puma looks down from her perch at the Kovler Lion House. Many of the big cats were outside today in the mild weather!

November 9, 2012
Painted Turtle Relocation and Monitoring at Nature Boardwalk

How are painted turtles using the pond at Nature Boardwalk? Researcher Mason Fidino gives us an update—complete with a map!

November 8, 2012
Spring Break Camp Registration Is Open

Registration is open for Lincoln Park Zoo's Spring Break Camp! 4-year-olds to fourth graders can spend the week at the zoo, where educators will share animals and habitats from across the Americas!

November 7, 2012
Back on Bats

Halloween may be over, but the zoo’s work to understand—and protect—bats in the Chicago area continues! Researcher Julia Kilgour shares bat sightings from locals as well as threats facing the nocturnal fliers.

November 6, 2012
Early Registration for Spring Break Camp

Looking forward to spring break already? You can give your kids a wild trip across the Americas by signing them up for Spring Break Camp! Open registration begins Thursday, but Zoologist and Safari-level members can secure a spot today.

November 5, 2012
Limited-Time Discount on Family Sleepover Program this Friday!

Here’s a deal you won’t want to snooze on. We’re offering a limited-time 40% discount on registration for this Friday’s “Sleep Under the Skyscrapers: Indoor Overnight”!

November 2, 2012
Photo of the Week: November 2

Our Photo of the Week: red wolves at Pritzker Family Children’s Zoo.

Sisters Sequoyah and Rozene (left to right) relax during a cool autumn afternoon.

Lincoln Park Zoo participates in the Red Wolf Species Survival Plan® for this critically endangered canid.

Less foliage in their spacious, wooded habitat makes t

November 2, 2012
Sleepover with the Sloths

The Hoffman’s two-toed sloths at Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House seek out dark corners of their mixed-species ecosystem habitat during the day. But families with children ages 5–12 will have the unique opportunity to see them—and other nocturnal animals—being a lot more active during our next Sleep Under the Skyscrapers: Indoor Overnight on Friday, November 9.

November 1, 2012
Joining the “Dark Side”
October 31, 2012
Rogues Gallery

With all the strange creatures roaming about lately, it seems fitting to introduce a few of our own. Meet some of the most interesting residents of the Regenstein Small Mammal–Reptile House. Happy Halloween!

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