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Dropping like Flies!
Dropping like Flies!
Our Price: $5.00

The bulk of smooth green snakes’ diet is an assortment of insects, which they locate using smell, vision, and ground vibrations. At Lincoln Park Zoo, we feed smooth green snakes black soldier fly larvae, an excellent source of sustainable protein. Feed some flavorful flies to the snakes this month!
Gourmet Birthday
Gourmet Birthday
Our Price: $7.00

Wish Diana monkey Dayo a happy first birthday with gourmet broccoli morsels! Broccoli is strategically placed in the monkey’s habitat to encourage foraging behavior while providing a tasty and healthy snack.
Row, Row, Row Your Bumper Boat
Row, Row, Row Your Bumper Boat
Our Price: $7.00

Zookeepers float rubber boat bumpers in Kovler Seal Pool to encourage seals to investigate and play. Whether used alone as a toy or in combination with other toys and food, these boat bumpers are a jack-of-all-trades for seal fun and games!
Futures So Bright, They Need Shades!
Futures So Bright, They Need Shades!
Our Price: $8.00

Hot summer sunshine is finally here! As gorilla moms Rollie and Bana carry their growing babes outside to explore, sun-shading canopies keep the new arrivals—and the rest of the troop—cool while they enjoy the great outdoors. Chip in now for a spacious new awning!
Get By with a Little Kelp from My Friends
Get By with a Little Kelp from My Friends
Our Price: $11.00

Zoo keepers place a variety of natural vegetation in Siku and Talini’s habitat to encourage curiosity and provide enrichment. Kelp is a tough and fibrous sea algae the polar bears chew and tear through to keep their teeth sharp and strong. Supply our polar bear friends with a helping of kelp!
What in Carnation?
What in Carnation?
Our Price: $11.00

Whether you are eating alfresco with flowers on The Patio at Café Brauer and soaking in the romance of Nature Boardwalk, or strolling through Landmark Gardens, you can’t miss the gorgeous collections of summer annuals across zoo grounds. More than pretty, some flowers are hummingbird favorites and feed visiting pollinators. Chip in for zoo flowers today!
Dibs on the Ribs!
Dibs on the Ribs!
Our Price: $12.00

Ribs may be a summer BBQ staple, but at Lincoln Park Zoo, ribs serve as enrichment to support oral health for our dwarf mongooses! Fork over some hearty ribs for a chewy chow time!
Run with the Pack
Run with the Pack
Our Price: $12.00

At Pritzker Family Children’s Zoo, the growing red wolf pack will jump for joy at the chance to snatch lamb carcasses off bungee cords dangling throughout their habitat. Provide savory meat for the pups and their parents!
You're Gonna Goat Far, Kid!
You're Gonna Goat Far, Kid!
Our Price: $13.00

A wobbly weeto bobs back and forth when the goats push and bump into this oblong ball, which can be filled with treats for an extra surprise! Gift a weeto to the tribe for frolicking fun!
Raisin in the Sun
Raisin in the Sun
Our Price: $13.00

In the wild, black bears spend much of their time foraging for fruit, nuts, and vegetation. In their exhibit at Pritzker Family Children’s Zoo, our bears love foraging for items like pasta and raisins. Give the bears a “raisin” to explore the outer reaches of their territory with sweet raisins!
Bathing Beauties
Bathing Beauties
Our Price: $14.00

Although awkward and clumsy on land, African penguins are agile and speedy swimmers underwater. Encourage these birds to practice porpoising, a method of diving in and out of the water as they accelerate forward, with these balls as targets. Take the plunge!
Snake It 'til You Make It!
Snake It 'til You Make It!
Our Price: $15.00

In the wild, the Kenyan sand boa spends much of its time camouflaged beneath the sand or hiding under stones and in burrows. It feeds on desert prey, such as rodents, which it constricts with its coils. At the zoo, keepers feed the boas whole rodents! Sneak a snack to the snake today!
Egg-cited to Learn More!
Egg-cited to Learn More!
Our Price: $19.00

We keep a close eye on our chickens at Farm-in-the-Zoo through our ZooMonitor program. Data collected on iPads illustrates behavior, habitat use, and other information to help our keepers understand how the chickens are doing. Help us learn more about the chickens by splitting a share of an iPad!