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October 9, 2015
Go, Cubs, Go!

Good luck to the Chicago Cubs in tonight’s historic NLDS opener! Your talented team doesn’t need any good-luck charms, but Lincoln Park Zoo’s red panda cubs, Clark and Addison (left to right), have your back nonetheless in our Photo of the Week.

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January 30, 2012
Studying Stress in Rwanda’s Gorillas
January 27, 2012
CareerBuilder Update

Yesterday a number of media outlets reported Lincoln Park Zoo’s displeasure with CareerBuilder’s plan to air commercials featuring chimpanzees during the Super Bowl. More coverage is planned, including a WGN radio interview with Assistant Director of the Lester E. Fisher Center for the Study and Conservation of Apes Steve Ross, Ph.D., scheduled for Monday morning.

January 27, 2012
Starting Seeds: Inviting Spring Inside

Want to give your garden a healthy head start? Sign up for Starting Seeds on February 18!

January 26, 2012
Go Behind the Scenes at Regenstein Center for African Apes

Have you read Chimps Should Be Chimps, the iPad children’s book developed by Lincoln Park Zoo’s Project ChimpCARE? Let us know what you think—and receive a chance for a free behind-the-scenes tour at Regenstein Center for African Apes—by filling out a short reader survey.

January 25, 2012
Summer Camp Is Around the Corner!

Registration for Lincoln Park Zoo summer camp is almost here, and Donor Club and Safari and Zoologist-level members can sign up early! Spaces fill quickly, so check your status—and the registration timeline.

January 25, 2012
Join Us for a Free Gardening Workshop

To meet demand, we’ve opened a second session for our free Smart & Soulful Gardening workshop on February 1. Learn more—and register—here!

January 25, 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 25, 2012
Wine & Wildlife: Animal Attractions
January 24, 2012
Bamboo, Bones and Butternut Squash for Valentine's Day?

Brighten up winter with a wild Valentine’s Day gift! Make the day special for Lincoln Park Zoo’s animals with gifts they will devour, like bamboo for red pandas, bones for lions and butternut squash for rhinos. Go here to learn more.

January 23, 2012
Did You Know...

That snow leopards use their thick tails like scarves? Or that male and female lynx hunt and sleep together? Or that powerful Amur leopards can carry prey as large as deer up into trees? We'll focus on amazing feline facts like these during Crazy for Cats. Join us!

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