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Lincoln Park Zoo Conservation Work Goes National

The Lincoln Park Zoo announced Thursday it is partnering with organizations in seven cities outside Chicago to help monitor urban wildlife. The goal is to use that data to make recommendations to city planners and elected officials on how to develop in a way that lets people coexist harmoniously with animals. WBEZ’s Benjamin Payne reports.

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The Lincoln Park Zoo announced Thursday it is partnering with organizations in seven cities outside Chicago to help monitor urban wildlife. The goal is to use that data to make recommendations to city planners and elected officials on how to develop in a way that lets people coexist harmoniously with animals. WBEZ’s Benjamin Payne reports.

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