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.
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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 ›
Baby Hoffmann’s two-toed sloth Aysan sticks her tongue out in our Photo of the Week! Born July 25, the little sloth still spends a lot of time hanging on to mom Hersey.
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As we celebrate World Wildlife Day, see how accredited zoos and aquariums, including Lincoln Park Zoo, are working together to conserve wildlife in this infographic from the Association of ZoosRead More ›
A family group of Diana monkeys is now climbing through the treetops of the Tropical Rainforest habitat at Regenstein African Journey. Visitors can see the white bellies and brows of our breedingRead More ›
Registration opens today for the zoo’s Conservation Camp (preK–fourth graders) and Zoo Crew (fifth–eighth graders) summer camps. Camp sessions sell out quickly every year, so don’t delay if youRead More ›
A new bird in the Forest Edge habitat at the McCormick Bird House is native to only one place on Earth: the tropical island chain of New Caledonia in the South Pacific. Endangered kagus are largeRead More ›
February 27 is International Polar Bear Day, a perfect time to honor these powerful, but vulnerable, predators. See how Lincoln Park Zoo will welcome polar bears to the brand-new Walter FamilyRead More ›
Zoo scientists are meeting today to help plan the future of the critically endangered red wolf, which is native to the southeastern United States (and can be seen at the Pritzker Family Children’sRead More ›