Reaching the Republic of Congo’s remote Goualougo Triangle Ape Project field site—home to wild gorillas and chimpanzees—is no walk in the park.
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Know a teen interested in a zoo career? Don’t miss our info session on teen summer program opportunities at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 15, at the zoo’s Judy Keller Education Center.Read More ›
Families, need a little encouragement to spend the night at the zoo this Friday? We have a special deal going: register an adult and get one child for free! Just use the code overnightmarch whenRead More ›
Rise and shine on Saturday, March 29, for our first-ever Animal Art group painting party at the Kovler Lion House!
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Our Photo of the Week: Chicago’s long, cold winter seems to be receding at last, but inclement conditions haven’t kept African lion Sahar from his snow-capped throne—a rock in his outdoor yard atRead More ›
A house cat curling up on your bedspread at night is nice, but it doesn’t compare to catching some z’s next to sloths, golden-headed lion tamarins and leaf-tailed geckos.
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Given the past couple months, I’m sure every Chicagoan could use a warm-weather getaway. But while cold commuters may have spent their travel time dreaming about Orlando or Tucson, I doubt manyRead More ›