The Farm-in-the-Zoo’s Edible Gardens and barnyard residents have educated and entertained generations of city kids over the years. Our latest Wish List includes options—likeRead More ›
From boxwoods to burr oaks, the zoo’s main grounds and Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo feature a thriving variety of shrubs and trees. If you’re considering either for your home landscaping,Read More ›
A fennec fox seems to be “all ears” in our Photo of the Week. These small omnivores are native to the deserts of northern Africa. Large ears help them dissipate heat andRead More ›
A new chick is trying out its wings at Regenstein African Journey. The little hadada ibis, which hatched July 23, is starting to fledge in the exhibit its parents shareRead More ›
Some animals at the zoo become more active as evening approaches. The puma and African wild dogs are just two examples. See for yourself during our next Twilight SafariRead More ›
Plenty of visitors have spotted a notable new arrival this week: the construction fence that’s sprung up around the former Kovler Penguin-Seabird House.
It may not be as cute asRead More ›