In case you missed it, here are a few more photos from Maku’s birthday party last Friday. The eastern black rhinoceros—father of 2-year-old male King—turned 30 and received some rhino-sizedRead More ›
Spring is finally starting to appear and with it comes the return of wildflowers and butterflies. For the past few summers, teen researchers in the zoo’s Research Apprentice Program have conductedRead More ›
Our Photo of the Week shows black rhino Maku receiving some special enrichment today for his 30th birthday! A geriatric male for this solitary species, Maku lives at the Harris Family FoundationRead More ›
Lincoln Park Zoo offers a variety of summer programs geared to teens, from researching local wildlife alongside zoo scientists to educating visitors about animal anatomy.
The applicationRead More ›
Tickets are still available to our Easter Egg-Stravaganza on Saturday, March 26, but they won’t last long.
We’re pulling out the stops this year with more egg hunts and a big basket full ofRead More ›
Spots are still available for preK–fourth graders in our Spring Break Camps March 28–April 1 and April 18–22.
During their week off from school kids will learn about wildlife and habitatsRead More ›
After a winter spent growing behind the scenes, Lincoln Park Zoo’s Chilean flamingo chicks stepped out with their flock for the first time this week.
The five chicks are the first inRead More ›
Zoos work together to ensure sustainable populations for the animals in our care. One example: experts with the Population Management Center, headquartered at Lincoln Park Zoo, are meeting todayRead More ›