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Salad on a Stick
Salad on a Stick
Our Price: $6.00

The zoo’s rhinos love their salad on a stick. Help us buy some saplings to plant in the zoo’s gardens to grow fresh browse forage for the zoo’s rhinos!
How do you like them apples?
How do you like them apples?
Our Price: $6.00

Caring for Lincoln Park Zoo’s animals is a team effort that involves animal care staff, veterinarians and veterinary technicians, and the animals themselves. Using operant conditioning methods based on positive reinforcement, keepers encourage animals to voluntarily participate in their own care—and when your patient weighs more than 2,000 pounds, participation is key! Chip in for some positive reinforcement for Kapuki in the form of sweet, delicious apples!
Eat Your Vegetables
Eat Your Vegetables
Our Price: $7.00

Like fruit, fresh vegetables are an attractive reward during Kapuki’s operant conditioning sessions. One of her particular favorites? Crunchy carrots! Give Kapuki a snack that’s 24-‘carrot’ gold.
Skip, Skip to My Lou
Skip, Skip to My Lou
Our Price: $7.00

Our domestic pigs at Farm-in-the-Zoo may not be skipping, but they certainly don’t skip a beat when they have a chance to play with Looky Lous—plastic mirrors that encourage their curious and investigative nature. With a new Looky Lou in their pen, the pigs may want to give you “hogs” and kisses for your generosity!

Hay, Baby!
Hay, Baby!
Our Price: $8.00

There’s nothing more important for an expectant rhino mother than proper nutrition! This year alone, the zoo’s rhinos will munch through more than 700 bales of hay. Help keep Kapuki healthy and strong with several weeks’ worth of healthful hay!
Gaga for Hydrangea!
Gaga for Hydrangea!
Our Price: $8.00

Hydrangeas are a focal niche of Lincoln Park Zoo…and sure to dazzle mom this Mother’s Day! Lincoln Park Zoo displays more than 40 different types of the exquisite blooms, in shades of pink, purple, and white. Help our horticulture team add lovely new hydrangeas to the zoo’s landscape this summer!

Darth Wader
Darth Wader
Our Price: $10.00

Animal Care staff use chest-high waders to tend to the swans, ducks, and geese at Hope B. McCormick Swan Pond and Waterfowl Lagoon. Providing these water-proof waders ensures the habitat stays in tip-top shape…and doesn’t fall to the dark side!

My Heart Krill Go On
My Heart Krill Go On
Our Price: $11.00

A woman’s heart may be a deep ocean of secrets, but the way to a flamingo’s heart is pretty simple—krill! A favorite treat of our Chilean flamingos, these small shrimp-like crustaceans contain beta carotene that gives adult flamingos their signature pink coloration. Take our flamingos to the stars with a healthy serving of krill!

How Do You Dew?
How Do You Dew?
Our Price: $11.00

Compost and soil amendments improve the health and vigor of our gardens. Supply the horticulture team with the topsoil necessary to protect our beautiful flowerbeds!
Scent-sational and Herbaceous
Scent-sational and Herbaceous
Our Price: $13.00

In the wild, western lowland gorillas are herbivorous, feeding mainly on leaves and stems. Our Animal Care staff has a blossoming herb garden dedicated to enhancing the gorillas’ habitat to provide scent enrichment. Give our gorillas an aromatic experience by contributing to the growth of the herb garden at Regenstein Center for African Apes.

Obi-KWAN-Kenobi
Obi-KWAN-Kenobi
Our Price: $14.00

Boomer balls are given to 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. May the force be with the troop as they play with these tough toys!
May Flowers
May Flowers
Our Price: $15.00

Beautiful flowers are beginning to bloom across zoo grounds and at Lincoln Park Zoo’s Nature Boardwalk. With 49 acres to cover, we have a special opportunity to provide pollinators with an exquisite, flourishing habitat. Help us plant tulips and daffodils for wildlife and visitors alike to enjoy!