7 Tips for Reducing Food Waste

As part of Lincoln Park Zoo’s vision to inspire communities to create environments where wildlife can thrive in an urbanizing world, we have long invited others to Take Action with Us—and we’ve offered suggestions on ways of doing it, including ways to make more climate-friendly choices that will help animals like polar bears in the…

Focus on Food Waste

Lincoln Park Zoo is proud of its conservation and science efforts. Our scientists are always working to arm others with more knowledge and more tools about the animals that reside here and around the world, so we can better help them and make it a world where humans and animals can coexist. Sometimes, this even…

Five Ways to Help Rhinos With Lincoln Park Zoo

World Rhino Day takes place on September 22! It’s a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the eastern black rhinos here at Lincoln Park Zoo, Kapuki and her son Romeo, while recognizing that there’s still a lot of work to do when it comes to saving this critically endangered species. Here at Lincoln Park Zoo, we’ve been…

African Penguin Chick

“Waddle” you know…there’s a new chick on the block at Robert and Mayari Pritzker Penguin Cove! After a 38-day incubation period, an African penguin chick hatched on July 29 as part of the African Penguin Species Survival Plan®. The chick is the offspring of 16-year-old female Sunny and 13-year-old male TJ. The youngster is doing…