Lincoln Park Zoo

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April 16, 2014
Bustling Boardwalk

Join us for our next Morning Safari on Saturday, April 26! Explore Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo with a zoo horticulturist and a scientist from the zoo’s Urban Wildlife Institute.

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June 23, 2010
Examining Endangered Red Wolves
June 23, 2010
Nutrition in the News

The Chicago Jewish News profiles Nutrition Manager Shana Lavin, Ph.D., who plans healthy meals for the zoo's range of animal appetites.

June 22, 2010
Free Yoga at Nature Boardwalk

Join us this Thursday for a special, free yoga class within the Peoples Gas Education Pavilion at Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo. No registration is required, but we ask that participants bring their own mats. (FYI-Media may be covering this event.) Yoga kicks off at 11:45 a.m. Join us!

June 21, 2010
Nature Boardwalk Transformation-A View From Above

Lincoln Park Zoo member and neighbor Mary Ann Hoey chronicled the transformation of South Pond into Nature Boardwalk by taking photos from her 15th-floor balcony. The results are very cool.

June 18, 2010
Behind the Scenes at Nature Boardwalk
June 18, 2010
Sleep Under the Skyscrapers

The new Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo provides the perfect setting for your family to explore an urban ecosystem at night. Take a hike, explore the wildlife that enlivens this area and enjoy a pizza dinner. Pitch your tent on the South Lawn and sleep under the skyscrapers, then wake to the morning songs of birds. The July session of Sleep Under the Skyscrapers is sold out, but spaces are still available for the August 6 & 7 session. Click here for details.

June 17, 2010
Sharing Space with Nature
June 16, 2010
Get the Giggles at SuperZooPicnic

While old favorites like free carousel and train rides, face painting and the inflatable obstacle course will return to SuperZooPicnic on Friday, a new feature is the improv show by actors from iO. Get ready to laugh!

June 16, 2010
Red Wolf Reintroduction Slideshow

Keeper Erin Hennessy takes us along as two pups from this year’s red wolf litter are “fostered” into wild dens as part of the recovery program for this critically endangered species. View the slideshow!

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