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Wicked Witch of the "Nest"
Wicked Witch of the "Nest"
Our Price: $5.00

The blue-crowned laughing thrush isn’t a wicked witch, but its distinct calls resembling human laughter may convince you otherwise! At McCormick Bird House, these songbirds make their home in small, cup-shaped nests. Provide the nesting materials necessary for the laughingthrushes to feel at home after a long day of defying gravity!
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Trick or "Tweet"
Trick or "Tweet"
Our Price: $6.00

After a long day of flying, foraging, and socializing, our feathered friends at Regenstein African Journey enjoy a comfortable perch. Whether birds retreat to a faux hanging coconut, squash, or nest, every avian inhabitant will be sure find a “gourd” perch this month! more info
Now "Juicy" Me...Now You Don't!
Now "Juicy" Me...Now You Don't!
Our Price: $7.00

It doesn’t take a hocus pocus incantation to see how much our gorillas at Regenstein Center for African Apes love sweet, frozen fruit juice! Zookeepers put frozen, diluted fruit juice and sugar-free gelatin in coconut shells, which are then hidden throughout their exhibits. Conjure up a share of sweet juice for the apes this Halloween!
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What Lies Beneath?
What Lies Beneath?
Our Price: $9.00

Insects and plant roots aren’t the only things growing underground in the wild savannas of Africa—colonies of naked mole rats are also found beneath the grassy plains! At Lincoln Park Zoo, these nearly translucent rodents use their huge incisors to snack on nuts, fruits, and starchy root vegetables. Put those gnarly choppers to use with a share of nuts!
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Count "Quackula"
Count "Quackula"
Our Price: $10.00

At Hope B. McCormick Swan Pond, Animal Care staff ensure the zoo’s waterfowl have ample space to swim, relax, and eat! A special floating island creates additional surface area in the middle of the pond, where pool residents can lounge or snack. Once the waterfowl discover new floating enrichment in the Swan Pond, it may be love at first “bite!” more info
Sandyman, Sandyman, Sandyman….
Sandyman, Sandyman, Sandyman….
Our Price: $10.00

With camouflage to defy the eye, the Kenyan sand boa is an adept predator in its native desert environment! To catch rodents and other desert prey, the sand boas easily camouflage under sand or stones due to their orange and brown coloration. Help the boa relax and unwind with a meal of rodents! more info
Happy Howl-O-Ween
Happy Howl-O-Ween
Our Price: $11.00

A howl a day keeps the neighbors away! Named for their daily territorial howling, southern black howler monkeys enjoy eating vegetables and fruits found among the tall trees they inhabit. Animal Care staff place bamboozle feeders—special foraging devices that allow animals to see and smell the food “trapped” inside—in the exhibit to encourage problem-solving skills as the monkeys manipulate the food out of the feeder. This Halloween, contribute to a new bam-BOO-zle feeder for some of the zoo’s loudest howlers! more info
"Bee"-Witched
"Bee"-Witched
Our Price: $12.00

Black bears can’t resist the enchantingly sweet taste of honey! Keepers use this sticky treat to encourage natural foraging behaviors. No nose twitch required—charm our bears with a spread of spell-binding honey!
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Go Into the Light!
Go Into the Light!
Our Price: $15.00

Reptiles at Regenstein Small Mammal-Reptile House aren’t afraid of the light! UV light bulbs placed inside exhibits supply artificial sunlight to enhance vitamin D production, and keep our coldblooded companions warm. Whether reptiles slither to the light or bask in its warmth, a share of UV bulbs will surely shed some light on their habitat! more info