While insects make up the bulk of the blue-faced honeyeater’s diet, this vibrant species is named for its tendency to snack on nectar in its native Australia and New Guinea.
To keep thisRead More ›
World Penguin Day is the perfect time to share how accredited zoos and aquariums are working together to save endangered African penguins! Learn more with this video produced by the Association ofRead More ›
One of Lincoln Park Zoo’s snow monkeys, Izumi, chose the name for her female infant this week using touchscreen computer technology at Regenstein Macaque Forest. The infant, born March 18, hasRead More ›
Lincoln Park Zoo is thrilled to announce the arrival of new zoo royalty: a crowned lemur was born on April 17 at the Helen Brach Primate House.
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Lincoln Park Zoo members can celebrate Earth Day weekend with a special Members-Only Morning this Saturday, April 23!
The south end of the zoo will open early just for members from 8–10 a.mRead More ›
As we celebrate bats today, did you know scientists with Lincoln Park Zoo’s Urban Wildlife Institute use special acoustic-listening devices to listen to the skies above Chicago to see which batsRead More ›
Native to western Mexico, Rio Fuerte beaded lizards are among the world’s few venomous lizard species, injecting toxins with a bite as they prey on small animals. Scientists from Lincoln Park Zoo’Read More ›
Lately we’ve been giving Japanese macaques at Regenstein Macaque Forest a new challenge in the touch-screen booths: sequencing colored dots. We already know from past research that monkeys can doRead More ›