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Just Wingin' It
Just Wingin' It
Our Price: $5.00

Egyptian fruit bats are always on the hunt for a sweet treat. Their long muzzle helps them chow down on favorites, like pears, apples, grapes, and bananas. You won’t need echolocation to find this perfect item—select a share of a delectable fruit medley for the bats!

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A 'Paw'sitively Excellent Birthday!
A 'Paw'sitively Excellent Birthday!
Our Price: $5.00

This month is African painted dog Mikumi’s sixth birthday! Provide hours of ‘gnaw’-some enrichment with a nutritious bone. Throw Mikumi a bone, and share some tasty enrichment to celebrate his birthday! more info
Dad 'Yolks' Always Crack Me up!
Dad 'Yolks' Always Crack Me up!
Our Price: $6.00

Corn on the cob is a favorite veggie for many zoo animals, including the chickens at Farm-in-the-Zoo! Keepers serve the plucky birds corn to start off their day in an ‘a-maize-ing’ way. ‘Pop’ over to provide the chickens with corn on the cob! more info
License to ‘Kale’
License to ‘Kale’
Our Price: $6.00

Flemish giant rabbits enjoy a nutrient-rich diet to support their sturdy frames, which can reach up to 22 pounds! Keepers present their favorite fruits and vegetables skewered on kabobs to foster natural foraging behaviors. Help Animal Care staff deliver a meal with four-star presentation for our rabbits! more info
‘Chimp’ Off the Old Block
‘Chimp’ Off the Old Block
Our Price: $7.00

At Regenstein Center for African Apes, chimpanzees enjoy sweets in a nutritious and frosty form—frozen fruit juice! Keepers present blocks of frozen, diluted fruit juice hanging on kabob skewers throughout the chimpanzees’ habitat to provide a refreshing treat. Select a share of sweet juice for the chimpanzees to greet the arrival of warm weather!
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Things Are Looking Up!
Things Are Looking Up!
Our Price: $7.00

Newborn De Brazza’s monkey Tiko was welcomed to Helen Brach Primate House on January 7. While the youngling stays close to mom, select enrichment that catches both of their eyes with a looky lou mirror! A looky lou mirror encourages problem solving, grooming behaviors, and a sense of self interest. Give Tiko a new perspective, and delight this inquisitive primate family with a looky lou mirror! more info
We ‘Flamin’go Together!
We ‘Flamin’go Together!
Our Price: $8.00

Lincoln Park Zoo’s Chilean flamingo flock has a variety of bonded pairs, including a polygamous trio of one female and two male flamingos. When the flamingos lay eggs, keepers use large brooder boxes to store and protect the eggs while they grow. Brooders are essential to safely hatching chicks laid by flamingos. Year after year, this trio bonds over collaboratively building a mud mound for their eggs. Ensure safe delivery of their chicks by selecting a share of brooder boxes today!
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Happy Father’s Day!
Happy Father’s Day!
Our Price: $9.00

Silverback gorilla Kwan and his family—including his youngest offspring, Djeke and Mondika—are always eager to explore new objects, and boomer balls are perfect enrichment for animals who like to play rough! These enrichment devices are made from durable plastic, providing Kwan and his troop with a fun challenge while playing. Reward this devoted dad with a great enrichment device to let loose and get rowdy with his family! more info
Happy World Giraffe Day!
Happy World Giraffe Day!
Our Price: $9.00

Lincoln Park Zoo’s giraffes, Finely, Rae, and Etana, are truly three peas in a pod. The summer weather is perfect for hours of outside play--and at the end of the day, the trio enjoys cozying up in cushy pine shavings. Celebrate World Giraffe Day by supplying the ‘three amigos’ with cozy pine shavings to nestle in! more info
I Like Long ‘Waddles’ on the Beach
I Like Long ‘Waddles’ on the Beach
Our Price: $9.00

In celebration of Pride Month, provide Lincoln Park Zoo’s same-sex African penguin pair with anchovies and an array of their favorite enrichment—like baby toys, hamster balls filled with fish, or ice cube trays to make fishcicles! Like many penguins, Pilchard and Maynard have formed a strong bond, spend most of their days together, and share a nest! Cater to this perfect pair with a gift of their most treasured food and enrichment items to kick off the summer season! more info
Pretty Rad Dad!
Pretty Rad Dad!
Our Price: $9.00

Lincoln Park Zoo’s keepers provide feeder tubes for eastern black rhino father Maku and his offspring in order to foster natural foraging behaviors and make mealtime more enriching. Celebrate this deserving dad with a feeder tube sure to make this Father’s Day special! more info
'Dad' to the Bone
'Dad' to the Bone
Our Price: $10.00

Lincoln Park Zoo’s alpha male red wolf, Rhett, became father to a litter of four red wolf pups last April. Throw their dad a bone this Father’s Day, and share nutritious, tasty bones for the red wolf family to chomp on! more info
Fifty Shades of ‘Prey’
Fifty Shades of ‘Prey’
Our Price: $10.00

In the wild, African rock pythons reach up to 25 feet long and feed on a variety of prey, such as large rodents, monkeys, fruit bats, monitor lizards, and even crocodiles. At the zoo, keepers feed them quail as part of their specialized diet. Sneak a snack of hearty quail to the snake today! more info
Who’s Your Daddy?
Who’s Your Daddy?
Our Price: $11.00

In April, Japanese macaques Ono and Nara gave birth to the troop’s newest offspring, Ozu and Nikko. Even though the father’s identity hasn’t been confirmed, keepers ensure the entire troop is actively engaged with the youngsters by providing engaging enrichment like the flipper float. This wobbling water platform floats in pools throughout the exhibit, or can be used as an intricate puzzle feeder to encourage hours of problem-solving and fine-motor skill development. Create a splash for the young snow monkeys by purchasing a share of a flipper float! more info
You're 'Shrimp'ly the Best!
You're 'Shrimp'ly the Best!
Our Price: $12.00

To create an exciting challenge for the zoo’s North American river otters, keepers fill grape vine balls with an assortment of sublime seafood the otters love best. The grape vine ball requires the otters to ‘fish’ pieces of their meal out with their dexterous paws. Make mealtime an enriching experience with the purchase of a seafood medley these otters love! more info
A 'One'derful First Birthday!
A 'One'derful First Birthday!
Our Price: $12.00

It’s hard to believe western lowland gorilla youngster Djeke is celebrating his first birthday this month! Help the youngest offspring in Kwan’s troop start the day off sweet with a favorite treat—frozen, diluted fruit juice and sugar-free gelatin packed into coconut shells! After the shells are frozen, keepers hide them throughout the troops’ exhibit to encourage foraging and healthy snacking. Party on with Djeke by providing this delicious snack! more info
Missing You ‘Pig’ Time!
Missing You ‘Pig’ Time!
Our Price: $100.00

Cows, chickens, and goats don’t watch their weight—but we do! Nutritionists and Animal Care staff rely on scales to develop an informed nutrition program for all residents great and small at Farm-in-the-Zoo by recording and monitoring their weights. Weigh in on this process by purchasing a new scale for your favorite farm animal!
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Just ‘Zoo’ It
Just ‘Zoo’ It
Our Price: $100.00

Fresh leaves and plants are perfect treats for many of Lincoln Park Zoo’s herbivores, from the tallest giraffe to the slowest tortoises. Saplings are pulled from a dedicated browse garden on zoo grounds in order to provide the freshest, locally grown leafy greens possible. Browse is a perfect snack to encourage each animal’s natural foraging behaviors while providing a nourishing meal. Share a ‘salad on a stick’ with your favorite herbivore by helping us plant a new crop of leafy and delicious trees! more info
Zippitty ‘Zoo’ Da
Zippitty ‘Zoo’ Da
Our Price: $250.00

Spongy shavings of wood wool serve as a versatile material for the great apes at Regenstein Center for African Apes. While mothers Bahati and Bana may use the cushy material to snuggle with their offspring for a little shut-eye, the bachelor troop and chimpanzees find the wood wool suitable for throwing about during playtime. With your support, the great apes are not only guaranteed endless rounds of rambunctious games, but they will also be snug as a bug in a rug in this cozy material! more info
Here’s Lookin at ‘Zoo’, Kid!
Here’s Lookin at ‘Zoo’, Kid!
Our Price: $500.00

Lincoln Park Zoo’s rhinos, camels, takin, and giraffes enjoy tons of hay each year as both a cozy bedding material and a source of nutrition. The rhinos alone will collectively munch through more than 700 bales of hay in a single year! To encourage natural behaviors and provide foraging opportunities unique to each species, keepers provide hay in many ways—from suspending bags of hay high in tree tops to encourage the giraffes to explore the furthest reaches of their habitat to spreading hay throughout the Sichuan takin’s enclosure to create comfy spots for a snooze. This versatile material is crucial for the nutrition and comfort of some of the zoo’s largest and most beloved mammals. Fork over an ample supply of hay for your favorite ungulate today! more info