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July 30, 2014
Check Out the Latest Zoo App
This Sunday, August 3, zoo educator Matt Mulligan will demonstrate the zoo's award-winning Observe to Learn app at the Lincoln Park Apple Store at 11 a.m. This free, educational app lets users monitor animal behavior much as zoo scientists do.

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July 6, 2010
Habari ya asabuhi (Good morning!)
July 2, 2010
Nature Boardwalk Photo Contest

Help us chronicle the growth of this new urban ecosystem. Submit your favorite Nature Boardwalk snapshot to the Lincoln Park Zoo Flickr group with the tag “nature boardwalk.” At the end of the summer, the top shots will be shared in a slideshow on www.lpzoo.org

July 2, 2010
Wildlife in Your Inbox

Sign up for ZooMail to receive customizable e-mails on the latest Lincoln Park Zoo animals, programs, events and more!

July 1, 2010
Nature Boardwalk: Full of Fish

Coordinator of Wildlife Management Vicky Hunt invites us along as 30,000 new residents enter the waters of Nature Boardwalk. Bluegill, pumpkinseed and fathead minnows were introduced to the pond today.

July 1, 2010
Sampo Ya Maji (Water Sampling)
June 29, 2010
Nature Boardwalk Field Guide

Preview the wildlife that will live at Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo with our Field Guide.

June 29, 2010
Back From The Brink

The Chicago Tribune covers zoo efforts to conserve the extremely endangered Guam Micronesian kingfisher, which were boosted by the recent hatching of two new chicks.

June 28, 2010
Yoga at the Zoo—Now at Nature Boardwalk

Yoga at the zoo has proven to be a hit. And now, with classes held within the new Peoples Gas Education Pavilion beside Nature Boardwalk, this program is even better. The next sessions—adult hatha yoga and mom/dad & baby classes—start on July 7. Click here to learn more or to register.

June 28, 2010
Nature Boardwalk Daily Events

Coming by to visit the new Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo? Be sure to check out our daily events! From Feathered Friends to Fishy Fun, these special programs help you experience this new urban ecosystem.

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