Lincoln Park Zoo is home to more than 60 species of birds. Not included in this group, however, is the "early bird," known to get the worm, or in this case, the best ticket price!
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On Saturday, November 19, from 10 a.m.–3 p.m., the zoo will host a climate-change awareness event. Held on the pathway next to Walter Family Arctic Tundra, it will feature vendors sharingRead More ›
When it comes to striking coloration, few animals rival the male Mandarin duck. See for yourself during a visit to the free-flight area of Lincoln Park Zoo’s McCormick Bird House.
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Lesser green broadbills, with their vibrant green plumage, are tough to spot in the tropical-forest canopy of their native Malaysia and Sumatra. But you can see them up-close as they forage onRead More ›
Most of us eat cereal in a bowl. Lincoln Park Zoo’s black bears prefer their grains scattered throughout their woodsy exhibit. It’s healthy enrichment that encourages natural foraging behavior.Read More ›
Holiday shopping too complex? Here are three options that are black and white: polar bear, African penguin and snowy owl ADOPTs from Lincoln Park Zoo! ADOPTs include cuddly plushes and other funRead More ›
We’re proud to be an Arctic Ambassador Center with Polar Bears International, one of the world’s leading authorities on polar bears, their habitat and their future in our changing world. As weRead More ›
Lincoln Park Zoo is partnering with Chicago Wilderness to support conservation efforts for little brown bats. This native insect-eating species—whichRead More ›