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Red, White, and Kangaroo
Red, White, and Kangaroo
Our Price: $4.00

Reaching up to four feet tall and 120 pounds, the red kangaroo is native to the dry grasslands, deserts, and plains of Australia. Supply some first-class grass for grazing for the kangaroos!

Dental Cleaning with a Meaning
Dental Cleaning with a Meaning
Our Price: $5.00

Celebrate World Chimpanzee Day on July 14 with the perfect item to keep our chimps healthy—toothbrushes! Chimpanzees receive regular dental exams, which also come with a full cleaning. Say Happy World Chimpanzee to the whole troop with new toothbrushes to maintain strong and healthy teeth!
It's Berry Nice to Meet You!
It's Berry Nice to Meet You!
Our Price: $6.00

Lincoln Park Zoo is honored to host the first two Puerto Rican parrots to live in the continental United States as part of a managed population recovery­ of this critically endangered species. Upon the birds’ arrival, we quickly discovered that berry-flavored bird pellets are an unrivaled favorite snack for these beautiful birds. Set up the zoo’s parrot pair with these delicious morsels!
Shroom Shaka Laka!
Shroom Shaka Laka!
Our Price: $6.00

In the wild, the brush-tailed bettong seek out fungi at meal time—specifically mushrooms, tubers, and legume pods. At Lincoln Park Zoo, these nocturnal marsupials are fed mushrooms as a part of their dietary enrichment. These dietary habits are not to be ‘truffled’ with, so chip in for some mushrooms for the bettongs!
Feelin' Fly in July
Feelin' Fly in July
Our Price: $7.00

The Guam kingfisher is not a bird to be reckoned with­—this aggressive, territorial bird enjoys snacking on lizards, skinks, and a variety of insects. At Lincoln Park Zoo, we feed brown anoles to the kingfishers as a main part of their diet. Fork over some little lizards for dinner!
They Say It’s Your Birthday, Amare!
They Say It’s Your Birthday, Amare!
Our Price: $8.00

It sure has been busy with all the new babies at Regenstein Center for African Apes, but it’s time to celebrate one of our beloved bachelors! For Amare’s birthday, captivate him with a plastic Looky-Lou mirror to encourage his inquisitive nature and keep his mind sharp!
Once Upon'a Iguana
Once Upon'a Iguana
Our Price: $8.00

The Jamaican iguana has a comeback story that Lincoln Park Zoo is honored to be a part of: the species was considered extinct for four decades until a small population was discovered in 1990. As a part of their diet at Lincoln Park Zoo, keepers dust insect snacks with a superfine calcium powder to ensure a balanced diet. Purchase a share of insect dust…it ‘mite’ be the best choice you’ve made all day!
You're a Grand Ole' Tag
You're a Grand Ole' Tag
Our Price: $9.00

Wondering what all the gorgeous plants and flowers around zoo grounds are? We are improving our plant labeling on zoo grounds to include the common and scientific names of the flowers, trees, and shrubbery you see! Support our educational efforts by purchasing some plant labels!
The "Horn" Identity
The "Horn" Identity
Our Price: $10.00

There’s a new arrival at Regenstein African Journey—a baby klipspringer! The baby, a female,will quickly grow to the size of her parents…after all, an adult klipspringer is only 20-inches tall and weighs just 24 pounds! One way to tell these diminutive antelopes apart is the presence of horns. Male klipspringers have a small set of pointed horns that can reach up to 4 inches in length. Help the growing family see themselves in a new light with a Looky Lou mirror!
From Seal to Shining Seal
From Seal to Shining Seal
Our Price: $11.00

Harbor seals in Kovler Seal Pool are naturally curious and excellent swimmers—and they enjoy a challenge! Introducing new enrichment items is a vital part of their overall health. Pecca balls can be attached to the pool walls, requiring the seals to spin the ball to release the food within. Help us get the ball rolling on this item by chipping in for some Pecca balls!
“Moos” on First?
“Moos” on First?
Our Price: $11.00

When prodded or nudged by our bovine buddies, bells produce auditory sound that encourages investigation and interaction. Enhance the cow’s auditory experience with a new set of bells!

Trail to the Gorilla Scale
Trail to the Gorilla Scale
Our Price: $12.00

Bouncing baby gorillas don’t watch their weight—but we do! Nutritionists and Animal Care staff rely on scales to develop an informed nutrition program for Bana and Rollie’s growing babies by recording and monitoring their weights. Weigh in on this process by purchasing a new scale!
Fly like an Eagle
Fly like an Eagle
Our Price: $12.00

A symbol of freedom and hope, these imposing birds range from 2–3 feet in height and boast a wingspan measuring 7–8 feet. In addition to fish, eagles prey on small mammals and other birds, such as quail! Provide a gourmet meal of fresh quail for the bald eagles!

Oh Say Can You Seed
Oh Say Can You Seed
Our Price: $12.00

Where do French fries come from? Visit the Edible Gardens to meet a potato plant in person! Lincoln Park Zoo proudly partners with the Green City Market to grow vegetables and herbs to share the story of food at Farm-in-the-Zoo. Help us purchase seeds and straw to keep the garden thriving all summer long!
Christmas in July?
Christmas in July?
Our Price: $13.00

Polar bears Siku and Talini have specially designed pool toys—floating icebergs made of heavy-duty plastic. This item challenges the bears to dive, swim, and explore. Take the plunge to support these graceful swimmers with an item that keeps them cool in their pool!
Star-spangled Tanager
Star-spangled Tanager
Our Price: $14.00

White-lined tanagers—a songbird native to Central and South America—enjoy a diet of nutritious insects. Spare a buck for a bug bite!
There's No Business like Rhino Business!
There's No Business like Rhino Business!
Our Price: $15.00

Celebrate Kapuki’s birthday on July 6 with a heavy duty toy for some old-fashioned rhino play. Made with durable plastic, the Tipsy Tom moves unpredictably as it wobbles around, allowing the rhinoceroses to step on it, kick it, or push it across their yard. Treat the mom and son to the ultimate rhino roughhousing tool!