Lincoln Park Zoo

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September 18, 2014
Post from the President--Sharing Care

Developed by our experts, the ZooMonitor app offers a high-tech way to keep tabs on the zoo’s animals. Now, thanks to a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, we'll share it with zoos across the country. President and CEO Kevin Bell has the details.

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October 8, 2010
Meet, Greet & Shop


Join us in Wild Wild Things gift shop tomorrow from 2-4 p.m. to meet a Kenyan sand boa, corn snake, turtle, ball python or blue-tongued skink. (If you can't come this weekend, plan to meet an animal at Wild Things on October 17.)

October 6, 2010
Dog Demo-What?
October 4, 2010
Autumn Animal Photography

Embark on a photo safari without leaving Chicago during this long holiday weekend. Attend the adult or child Autumn Animal Photography class at the zoo and learn how snapping the right photo is less about the camera and more about knowing the animals.

October 4, 2010
Harvest Days Photos

Thanks to all who attended Harvest Days this weekend and to Lifeway Kefir and Whole Foods for making it a success! Check out photos here.

October 1, 2010
Mtoto Mpya Mwengine (Another New Child)
September 30, 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 www.lpzoo.org/mobilegiving

September 29, 2010
JJ, Jill & Dot

With the help of a storyteller and a silly, orange character, LPZoo's Jill Moyse brought the wild to some local kids. Take a look.

September 29, 2010
Know the Butterflies of Nature Boardwalk
September 28, 2010
Doggie Diaries

From tick checks to tasty treats, biologist Anna Czupryna shares the dog’s perspective from her Serengeti study. Lincoln Park Zoo vaccinates domestic dogs in this signature African ecosystem to stem the spread of disease.

September 23, 2010
Sit…Stay…Please?

Domestic dogs in the Serengeti aren’t likely to have graduated obedience school. Biologist Anna Czupryna shares the work involved in getting her hands on them for research related to the zoo’s disease-prevention efforts.

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