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July 4, 2015
Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day! Celebrate today with Ethan the bald eagle at Regenstein Birds of Prey Exhibit!

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October 5, 2011
Time to Get Out the Winter Clothes

A last glimpse of American goldfinches in their breeding plumage as they migrate south always reminds Coordinator of Wildlife Management Vicky Hunt that winter is coming.

October 5, 2011
Pathway to Primatology Demonstration Slideshow

Educator Jaclyn Peterson visited the Lincoln Park Apple Store Sunday for a hands-on demonstration of how the zoo uses their technology to research great-ape behavior. See a slideshow and learn how you can step into a scientist’s shoes with our Pathway to Primatology program!

October 4, 2011
Autumn Animal Photography Giveaway

Win a free spot in our October 15 Autumn Animal Photography class by submitting your best Lincoln Park Zoo shot to the zoo’s Flickr group. The winner will be selected October 12.

October 3, 2011
Migratory Bird Profile: Pied-Billed Grebe

Coordinator of Wildlife Management Vicky Hunt spots a pied-billed grebe at Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo. This migratory visitor has been here all week, refueling for the journey ahead.

October 3, 2011
Got a Halloween costume idea in mind?

Spooky Zoo Spectacular is October 22. Free family fun at Lincoln Park Zoo! Go here to learn more.

September 30, 2011
Pathway to Primatology

Looking to gain experience as a primatologist? Pathway to Primatology provides an in-depth opportunity to work alongside ape researchers and keepers as they learn about chimpanzee and gorilla behavior at Regenstein Center for African Apes. Go here to learn more.

September 30, 2011
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September 30, 2011
Celebrating Seniors - Guam Micronesian Kingfishers

We close our month of Celebrating Seniors by looking at the zoo’s Guam Micronesian kingfishers. They may not be geriatric, but these endangered birds have 52 grandkids between them!

September 30, 2011
Mystery in the Zoo: Cold-Blooded Creatures?

Are reptiles really cold-blooded? First and second graders can gather hands-on clues and help zoo educators crack the case on October 8.

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