Brookfield Zoo and the Chicago Zoological Society (2020)

Brookfield Zoo and the Chicago Zoological Society Douglas Deuchler Carla W. Owens Brookfield Zoo and the Chicago Zoological Society Brookfield Zoo first opened its gates to the public on July The zoo has impressed millions with its barless exhibits an innovation imported from Europe and its expansive collection of rare and
  • Title: Brookfield Zoo and the Chicago Zoological Society
  • Author: Douglas Deuchler Carla W. Owens
  • ISBN: 9780738560922
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
Brookfield Zoo and the Chicago Zoological Society Douglas Deuchler Carla W. Owens Brookfield Zoo first opened its gates to the public on July 1, 1934 The zoo has impressed millions with its barless exhibits an innovation imported from Europe and its expansive collection of rare and endangered species Managed by the Chicago Zoological Society and located 14 miles west of the city s center, the zoo serves as an inspiring natural refuge for weary urbanBrookfield Zoo first opened its gates to the public on July 1, 1934 The zoo has impressed millions with its barless exhibits an innovation imported from Europe and its expansive collection of rare and endangered species Managed by the Chicago Zoological Society and located 14 miles west of the city s center, the zoo serves as an inspiring natural refuge for weary urbanites, while also drawing visitors from across the country with its innovative and expansive exhibits, unusual and diverse species, and gorgeous landscaping.
Brookfield Zoo and the Chicago Zoological Society Douglas Deuchler Carla W. Owens

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One thought on “Brookfield Zoo and the Chicago Zoological Society

  1. Gail

    This book doesn t have much substance to it, but what is there is interesting There are photographs of the zoo under construction, pictures of the zoo throughout the decades, and images of the animals that have lived at the zoo What I liked about it It was neat to see the historical images and be able to recognize current zoo locations and layouts It was also neat to learn some of the animal s names and traits, even if they are animals no longer at the zoo What I didn t There was not enough info [...]

  2. Jesse

    This book is a group of images with captions that explain the history and culture behind the Brookfield Zoo Unless your a history buff or a Big Zoo fan I would steer clear, but if you are, then pic it up for a quick readok me about 1 hour, but was interesting.

  3. Kathleen

    A fun and informative read Highly recommend if you are a member and go often Interesting to see previous exhibits and the original designation of buildings that still exist today.

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