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March 31, 2015
Peek-a-boo!

A golden-headed lion tamarin peers out from a tree hollow at the zoo’s Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House.

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March 17, 2011
Identify the Tracks
March 16, 2011
Spring Break at Lincoln Park Zoo

Kids can enjoy a wild spring break right at home with special Lincoln Park Zoo programs! Learn about Zoo Babies, help solve the Mystery in the Zoo and come nose to beak with nature in Exploring Ga’Hoole: Owls and More.

March 15, 2011
Winter 2011 Lincoln Park Zoo Magazine

Head into the field with the latest issue of Lincoln Park Zoo magazine! See how zoo scientists protect wildlife from Africa to the zoo’s backyard. Download a PDF or browse the full issue.

March 14, 2011
Lace Up Your Sneakers

Registration is now open for the United Run for the Zoo, which takes place June 5. This USATF-certified, chip-timed race is a highlight of the Chicago running calendar. Join us!

March 10, 2011
ZIP

Are you a Chicago high school student looking for an amazing summer internship? Do you know a high schooler seeking a stimulating challenge? Check out the Malott Family Zoo Intern Program—ZIP! Applications are due April 8. Go here to learn more.

March 9, 2011
Getting Ready for Spring

Coordinator of Wildlife Management Vicky Hunt shares how birds at Nature Boardwalk are getting ready for spring.

March 9, 2011
Horticulture Wish List

Spring at the zoo is all about new life, but not just the kind covered in feathers and fur. Blooming bulbs and pretty petals will add splashes of color to all parts of the zoo, but we need your help! Browse the new Wish List, which is stocked with garden items you can purchase to help beautify your favorite parts of Lincoln Park Zoo. Go here to learn more.

March 8, 2011
White-Cheeked Gibbon Case Study
March 7, 2011
Breakfast with the Apes

Join us for a delicious breakfast in Regenstein Center for African Apes while Lincoln Park Zoo's curator of primates shares fascinating facts about chimpanzees and gorillas and tells some wild stories about our own great apes. After breakfast, view our chimpanzees and gorillas as they explore their habitats first thing in the morning (their most active time of day). Learn more here.

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