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September 22, 2014
World Rhino Day

In honor of World Rhino Day, King stands alongside mom Kapuki in the Harris Family Foundation Black Rhinoceros Exhibit. One of five species of rhino are represented at Lincoln Park Zoo—the Eastern black rhinoceros. This species, along with the Sumatran and Javan rhinoceros, is critically endangered in the wild.

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June 8, 2010
Congressman in the Rhino Yard

As part of his “undercover congressman” program, Illinois Congressman Mike Quigley on Saturday worked in the rhinoceros yard within Regenstein African Journey. It wasn’t glamorous work—yes, he shoveled poop—but the representative of Illinois’ fifth district was eager to learn more about the daily workings of the zoo. Click here to check out the photos.

June 7, 2010
ADOPT the New Arrival

Excited about the arrival of the Grevy's zebra foal? Celebrate the May 28 birth with a Zebra ADOPT Package. In addition to a zebra fact sheet, photo and certificate of ADOPTion, this package includes a plush that isn't much smaller than the striped newcomer. Click here to learn more.

June 7, 2010
Nature Boardwalk in the Chicago Sun-Times

Today's Chicago Sun-Times has an article introducing Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo. Get ready for this new urban ecosystem--opening June 24!

June 4, 2010
Black and White and Cute All Over

Watch Grevy’s zebra colt Enzi enjoy his first trot around his yard at Lincoln Park Zoo’s Antelope & Zebra Area.

Born May 28 as part of the Grevy’s Zebra Species Survival Plan®, Enzi is the first foal for this endangered species at the zoo since 2001.

June 4, 2010
Splashing Again

After a hiatus during rehab to their exhibit, the gray seals are again splashing through the Kovler Sea Lion Pool. Stop by to welcome them back.

June 3, 2010
Destroy the Flyers

Last Friday, the male Amur tiger at Lincoln Park Zoo’s Kovler Lion House was presented a box emblazoned with the Philadelphia Flyers logo. He promptly destroyed it. (Of course, the meaty bone hidden inside the box might have motivated the big cat.)

The tiger isn’t the only one involved in the Chicago Blackhawks’ quest for the Stanley Cup.

June 3, 2010
Support the Annual Fund

Support animal conservation and care—and deepen your connection to the zoo—by making a contribution to Lincoln Park Zoo’s Annual Fund. We need your support to help keep the zoo free and open to all, 365 days a year. Click here to learn more.

June 2, 2010
Posts from the President

Hi everybody. I’ll be making periodic posts to provide you a unique perspective on Lincoln Park Zoo and my work as the president and CEO. So here goes…
The Patio at Café Brauer opened over the Memorial Day weekend and crowds dined and drank in this newest place to relax at the zoo. (Once Nature Boardwalk opens on June 24 the view from the Patio will be breathtaking. Stop by for a beer or a glass of wine.)
It was nice to see visitors this weekend gushing over the European white stork chicks and the newly hatched cinereous vulture. If you haven’t yet seen them, you’re missing out.

May 24, 2010
Zoo Food at the Market

Join Cafe at Wild Things chefs Rodolfo Mariano and Michael Bolin at the Green City Market this Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. They will conduct a cooking demonstration including the organic turkey club panini served at the cafe. Shop the market and pick up a few cooking tips. This free event is held within Lincoln Park just west of the Farm-in-the-Zoo Presented by John Deere.

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