Lincoln Park Zoo Magazine

The Summer 2014 issue of Lincoln Park Zoo magazine shares some of our favorite sights of summer.  

Sights of Summer

Our Favorite Views of Lincoln Park Zoo

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In This Issue of the Zoo Magazine

Must-See Summer
It's the perfect season to see what's new at the zoo, but where do you start? We share our favorite sights.

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Past Issues   Browse all past issues
The Winter 2013 Lincoln Park Zoo magazine is dedicated to answering your Zoo FAQs.     The Spring 2013 Lincoln Park Zoo magazine shares how an expanded conservation toolkit is helping scientists and caregivers work together to save species.   The winter 2012 issue of Lincoln Park Zoo magazine shares how past meets present at Chicago's free zoo.   The Summer 2012 Lincoln Park Zoo magazine shares zoo families of all shapes and sizes, including the new gorilla bachelor group.

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Field Note: Dwarf Mongoose
Africa's smallest carnivore is adapted for communal living. See how dwarf mongooses find food—and babysit younger members of the family—within months of birth.

 

Field Note: Green Tree Python
Learn more about the incredible camouflaging work and elevated habitat of the green tree python.

Creative Commons picture of a hibernating big brown bat. Photo by Ann Froschauer/USFWS.   The biggest factor in Lincoln Park Zoo remaining free and open 365 days a year is your support!

Returns from the Dark Night
Find out how zoo educators helped young researchers collect clues on winged predators that patrol the night skies above Chicago.

 

How Does the Zoo Stay Free?
Ever wondered how Lincoln Park Zoo stays free? Your support is the biggest factor, but we share all the details in our special Zoo FAQ feature.


New Slideshows and Movies   Browse all slideshows   Browse all movies
 

Goodbye Anana
Here we highlight Anana's living environment as well as her history at Lincoln Park Zoo, shortly before we say "goodbye" in anticipation of a new, state-of-the-art Polar Bear Habitat.

 

Peeking Behind The Scenes
Have you ever wondered about what happens behind the scenes to make Lincoln Park Zoo so special?

Zoo keeper at Lincoln Park Zoo training cinereous vulture   Baby gorillas Patty and Nayembi do a lot of learning via play, Curator of Primates Maureen Leahy explains

Keeping it Real
For National Zoo Keeper Week we highlight the efforts of Lincoln Park Zoo keepers who perform a range of daily animal-care tasks.

 

Playtime for Baby Gorillas
Baby gorillas Patty and Nayembi are getting plenty of play in as they grow at Regenstein Center for African Apes.


New Interactives   Browse all interactives
Gorilla Azizi sequences items on a touch-screen.   Gorilla Azizi sequences items on a touch-screen.

Can You Sequence Better Than a Gorilla?
Watch how bachelor gorilla Azizi reached the next level in the zoo's touch-screen research--and then try his task yourself!

 

  Veterinary Case Study: Fennec Fox
This fennec fox had developed several small scabs on its paws. Keepers reported that it was observed itching on exhibit. What were the veterinarians’ next steps?
 
Grasslands, jungles and water—animals live all kinds of places! Show off what you know by matching each animal with its home.  
Where do They Live?
Grasslands, jungles and water—animals live all kinds of places! Show off what you know by matching each animal with its home.
  Nature Boardwalk Through the Seasons
Follow the seasons at Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo with time-lapse photos capturing the growth of this urban ecosystem.