The zoo’s popular Wine & Wildlife after-hours series lets adults enjoy a glass of wine while learning about the zoo’s global conservation programs from animal care experts and research scientists. Past program focuses have included snow monkey exhibit design, ape heart health and red wolf population recovery efforts.
$17 ($14 for Lincoln Park Zoo members)
For participants ages 18 and older
Cash bar on site, light hors d’oeuvres served
Continuing Professional Development Units: Illinois Teachers, did you know you can receive CPDUs for attending any Wine & Wildlife event? Inquire at the event check-in table.
Wine & Wildlife Rewards Program: Earn a free drink for every three Wine & Wildlife programs you attend! Attendance is recorded on stamped reward cards we maintain for each guest. Inquire at the event check-in table.
Raising a Zoo Baby
Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House
What kind of support does a sloth mom need after having a baby? How do zookeepers prepare for Chilean flamingo chicks to hatch when the flock lives in the heart of Chicago? Raising a zoo baby means a lot of hard work for the animal parents as well as for zookeepers and veterinarians. Join Animal Care staff to hear the inside scoop on some of their favorite zoo babies.
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