Focuses

Focuses

Zoological Manager of Primates Michael Brown-Palsgrove and Lester E. Fisher Director of Veterinary Medicine Kathryn Gamble, D.V.M., care for Nayembi behind the scenes at the zoo's C.H. "Doc" Searle, M.D. Animal Hospital.  

Great Ape Conservation
From field research in the forests of Africa to zoo studies aimed at enhancing our understanding of ape behavior, Lincoln Park Zoo leads the way in great ape conservation.

 

 

Protecting Wild Ecosystems
Zoo scientists protect the predators of the Serengeti, great apes in Gombe National Park and other wild wonders throughout the globe.

Zoological Manager of Primates Michael Brown-Palsgrove and Lester E. Fisher Director of Veterinary Medicine Kathryn Gamble, D.V.M., care for Nayembi behind the scenes at the zoo's C.H. "Doc" Searle, M.D. Animal Hospital.  

Planning Sustainable Populations
By making models of how populations grow and change, zoo scientists ensure healthy futures in zoos and the wild.

 

 

Bringing Species Back from the Brink
From guiding reintroduction programs to returning animals to their historic homes, zoo scientists help species recover from their brush with extinction.

Zoological Manager of Primates Michael Brown-Palsgrove and Lester E. Fisher Director of Veterinary Medicine Kathryn Gamble, D.V.M., care for Nayembi behind the scenes at the zoo's C.H. "Doc" Searle, M.D. Animal Hospital.  

Enhancing Animal Health
Disease-surveillance programs, nutrition studies and cutting-edge veterinary care reflect Lincoln Park Zoo’s commitment to enhancing animal health. 

 

 

Understanding Animal Behavior
By monitoring behavior (and measuring hormones), zoo scientists help us better understand how animals engage the world around them.