Today was a milestone day at Lincoln Park Zoo as we marked two big birthdays. Male chimpanzee Keo turned 55, and female Vicky joined the half-century club at 50.
It was anRead More ›
What’s it like to study—and save—one of Africa’s signature ecosystems? Scientists Lisa Faust and Anna Czupryna will talk about theRead More ›
Lincoln Park Zoo’s next great exhibit will be a state-of-the-art home for Japanese macaques, or “snow monkeys.” These lively primates will thrill visitors with rich social displays among hotRead More ›
Have an American toad in your yard (like this trio at the Pritzker Family Children’s Zoo)? One adaptation worth knowing: the species often urinates on itself if threatened!Read More ›
On Saturday, the zoo unveiled its latest sculpture: a life-sized bronze statue of beloved African lion Adelor, who prowled the Kovler Lion House from 1995–2012. Located at the zoo’s East Gate andRead More ›
Lisa Faust, Ph.D., Lincoln Park Zoo’s vice president of conservation, reports on this year’s field survey of eastern massasauga rattlesnakes at a site in Michigan.Read More ›