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July 31, 2015
Five Questions for Ruth Aizuss Migdal

Chicago sculptor Ruth Aizuss Migdal—whose 14-foot-tall female dancer dazzles in Nature in Motion: Sculpture at Lincoln Park Zoo—has been making art for nearly 60 years.

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January 10, 2012
Lessons from Lincoln Park Zoo

The Spring 2012 issue of Lincoln Park Zoo magazine will focus on all the ways you can learn in the zoo’s living classroom. What’s the most memorable lesson you’ve gained at the zoo? Post here or email magazine@lpzoo.org.

January 10, 2012
Mystery in the Zoo: Notable Nests
January 9, 2012
Christmas-Morning Coyotes
January 9, 2012
Help Name Our Snowy Owl

Voting ends today...what should we name the new snowy owl? Go here to vote.

January 6, 2012
Cold, Hard Science

Turkeys. Deer. Red-bellied woodpeckers. Ecologist Seth Magle shares a wealth of Chicago-area wildlife sightings from the zoo’s Urban Wildlife Biodiversity Monitoring project, an attempt to gather the most thorough portrait of urban wildlife ever collected.

January 6, 2012
White-Cheeked Birthday

White-cheeked gibbon Sai celebrates his first birthday today. If you can't stop by the Helen Brach Primate House to wish him well, check out this video which captures a recent snippet of his active life.

January 4, 2012
Help Us Name Our New Snowy Owl

There's a new snowy owl at Lincoln Park Zoo and we need your help naming her. Voice your opinion in our poll here.

January 4, 2012
ZooMail Shares What's New

Want to receive all the latest Lincoln Park Zoo news in your inbox? Sign up for ZooMail, our weekly email digest sharing animal updates, program offerings and more!

January 4, 2012
Building Closing Announcement

The Pritzker Family Children’s Zoo building is closed through mid February to perform renovations on the climbing structure. We apologize for the inconvenience. The exterior elements of the Children’s Zoo—the red wolf, black bear, beaver and river otter exhibits—are open.

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