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October 29, 2014
We Still Need Help IDing Chicago Wildlife!

Which species are sniffing around Chicago’s backyards and wild places? Help zoo scientists ID 1 million photos of local wildlife, including this coyote, at!

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December 20, 2010
Story Time Needs Your Help

The annual budget for Story Time (one of the zoo’s most popular programs for young families) is $15,000. As with every free program, continued philanthropic support is necessary every year to maintain the twice-weekly program. Story Time is currently funded through January, 12. It will conclude unless funding is secured. We ask that you consider making a gift to support this fun, innovative and free zoo program. Donations can be made in person at the zoo’s Gateway Pavilion or mailed to Lincoln Park Zoo, 2001 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60614, Attention: Story Time.

December 14, 2010
New Programs

Learn in a living classroom with a Lincoln Park Zoo program! Browse the full list, from Bedtime Buddies to Zoo Babies.

December 14, 2010
Animal Tracks in Snow

Coordinator of Wildlife Management Vicky Hunt identifies some tracks spotted in the snow at Nature Boardwalk.

December 13, 2010
A Call to Care

As we enter the season of giving, please remember the wildlife of Lincoln Park Zoo. Your support enables state-of-the-art animal care even as it keeps the zoo free and open to all. Answer our call to care: consider a year-end gift today!

December 13, 2010
See the Lights—Take the Survey

Did you make it to ZooLights Presented by ComEd and Charter One this weekend? If so, please take a minute to complete our ZooLights survey, so that we may better understand our visitors.

December 10, 2010
Members Giveaway

Two more chances to win free tickets to the Field Museum’s National Geographic Live! lecture on December 14. This Saturday and Sunday, the first member to make a claim at Gateway Pavilion during ZooLights will get two tickets ($60 value) to America’s Great Wildlife Migrations, featuring National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore. ZooLights starts at 5 p.m.—be ready!

December 8, 2010
Give By Cell

Keep Lincoln Park Zoo free with just your thumb! Text LPZoo to 20222 to give $5 with your cell. Messaging and data rates may apply; see full details at

December 8, 2010
Collaborations in Care
December 8, 2010
America's Great Wildlife Migrations

The red knots at the McCormick Bird House have one of the world's longest migrations in the wild. Every year they travel more than 9,000 miles from the Arctic to the southern tip of South America.

Travel with other great migrations with National Geographic Live's "America's Great Wildlife Migrations" at the Field Museum. Lincoln Park Zoo members can enjoy a member's discount when purchasing tickets; call 312-665-7400.

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