Baby white-cheeked gibbon Daxin cuddles up with mom Burma at the Helen Brach Primate House. The two share their exhibit with dad Caruso and brother Sai. Daxin, who wasRead More ›
Curator of Primates Maureen Leahy shares the latest update from her expedition with two zoo scientists to Congo’s remote Goualougo Triangle Ape Project field site.
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We arrived by plane in Ouesso, a town on the Sangha River near the northern border of the Republic of Congo. Crossing the river by ferry in a Range Rover loaded with field supplies, our bagsRead More ›
Member Appreciation Month continues at the zoo this weekend with a special keeper chat at 2 p.m. Saturday at Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House in the Ecosystem Gallery.
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Regenstein Macaque Forest is on schedule, meaning the zoo’s West Gate will close until June to enable the next steps in building our next great exhibit. President and CEO Kevin BellRead More ›
For some Lincoln Park Zoo apes, including gorilla Azizi, sequencing objects is old news. In the video below, Fisher Center Director Steve Ross explains howRead More ›
Everyone wants to get outside in the warming weather! Plenty of animals took advantage of this mini heatwave to head out and play, including baby black rhino King, who's now tipping the scales atRead More ›
Given the weather we’ve all endured, you might not think we’ve made much progress building Regenstein Macaque Forest. But the zoo’s next great exhibit continues to be on schedule. As a result, we’Read More ›
Experience the zoo as few do—after dark. Sleep Under the Skyscrapers: Indoor Overnight lets families and groups with children ages 5–12 participate in fun evening activities with the option ofRead More ›