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September 29, 2014
Heeeere’s Zoovies!

Don’t miss our last free outdoor movie screening of the season this Friday night: a double feature of “Ghostbusters” and “The Shining”!

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March 25, 2011
Zoo-ologie Pre-party Is Fast Approaching

While the Auxiliary Board's big party, Zoo-ologie, isn't until May 21, the Zoo-ologie pre-party kicks things off on April 6. Tickets ($35) are on sale now! Learn more here. Thanks to pre-party sponsors Chicago Social and Rockit Ranch Productions for their generous support!

March 24, 2011
A Wild Art Contest

Animal (and art) lovers recently joined wildlife artist Bobby Garro Sutton for pointers on drawing their favorite animals. The resulting sketches are on display at Wild Things Gift Shop. Vote for your favorite and help the creator win a prize! Voting ends March 28.

March 23, 2011
Spring Break at Lincoln Park Zoo

Kids can enjoy a wild spring break right at home with special Lincoln Park Zoo programs! Learn about Zoo Babies, help solve the Mystery in the Zoo and come nose to beak with nature in Exploring Ga’Hoole: Owls and More.

March 22, 2011
Who Lives in Our Neighborhood?

Curious about the wildlife that shares the Chicagoland ecosystem? See which animals zoo scientists have “caught” with camera traps in this Lincoln Park Zoo magazine supplement.

March 21, 2011
Bang the Drum
March 17, 2011
Wild Representatives of the Emerald Isle

While African animals make up much of the collection at Lincoln Park Zoo, a few species found on the Emerald Isle can be admired on this sunny St. Patrick’s Day.

March 17, 2011
Identify the Tracks
March 16, 2011
Spring Break at Lincoln Park Zoo

Kids can enjoy a wild spring break right at home with special Lincoln Park Zoo programs! Learn about Zoo Babies, help solve the Mystery in the Zoo and come nose to beak with nature in Exploring Ga’Hoole: Owls and More.

March 15, 2011
Winter 2011 Lincoln Park Zoo Magazine

Head into the field with the latest issue of Lincoln Park Zoo magazine! See how zoo scientists protect wildlife from Africa to the zoo’s backyard. Download a PDF or browse the full issue.

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