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   San Diego Zoo Wish List
   P.O. Box 120551
   San Diego, CA 92112
   619-557-3914    
 
 

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All funds from our Wish List program help support the purchase of enriching items such as toys and treats for all species at the Zoo and Safari Park, as well as needed hospital equipment, and you can even help sponsor one of our current conservation projects!

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Click here for more information about Hey, Mom--what's this white stuff?

Hey, Mom--what's this white stuff?
It's that time again--time to start building our snowball pile! We need your help to provide snow for the animals, and once we have enough snowballs, some lucky animals at the Zoo or the Park will receive a winter wonderland! Snow is not a common sight here in San Diego--so I don't know who enjoys it more, the animals that get to romp around in it or the keepers and guests who get to watch their antics! Purchase one snowball for $10 each and you can say that you helped animals at the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park experience the magic of snow throughout the year!

$10.00   

Click here for more information about Spring means snow in San Diego!

Spring means snow in San Diego!
It's that time again--time to start building our snowball pile! We need your help to provide snow for the animals in our collection, and once we have enough snowballs, some lucky animals at the Zoo or the Park will receive a winter wonderland! Snow is not a common sight here in San Diego--so I don't know who enjoys it more, the animals who get to romp around in it or the keepers and guests who get to watch their antics! Purchase one snowball for $10 each and you can say that you helped animals at the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park experience the magic of snow throughout the year!

$10.00   

Click here for more information about Keeping Up with the Koalas

Keeping Up with the Koalas
Cambee and other female koalas work extra hard when they become mothers. Not only do they carry their newborns in their pouch, but once their baby has outgrown that pouch, the joey still travels in style on Mom's back! Keepers and veterinarians watch these pairs very closely, making sure that each is thriving--and this means not only weighing the joey but also weighing mom! An accurate scale, meticulous record-keeping, and even an appropriate-sized bucket--these are simple but very important tools when collecting these valuable weights! Please show your support for our veterinary teams that look after our koala moms and all the animals at the Zoo and Safari Park by giving a $15 gift today!

$15.00   

Click here for more information about We're preparing for their debut!

We're preparing for their debut!
Our growing flock of African penguins is waiting patiently behind the scenes for their time to shine once our newest exhibit--Africa Rocks--opens this summer! Each addition to the flock undergoes a careful screening process during their quarantine period at our animal hospital. This is when our veterinarians examine and pay extra-special attention to each bird--we have to make sure they are ready for their "close-up"! Please show your support for our veterinary animal care teams that care for our penguins and all the animals at the Zoo and Safari Park by giving a $15 gift today!

$15.00   

Click here for more information about Just imagine what he'll do!

Just imagine what he'll do!
With his hipster hairdo, elfish ears, and the face of a wrinkled (yet adorable) gnome, this spunky monkey, Ajani, is quite a delightful sight! But Ajani is not just a cute baby--his November 2016 birth makes him the first mandrill born at the Zoo and Safari Park in over 14 years. Ajani spends his days delighting keepers and guests alike with his antics, but just think what he would do if he were to get his hands on a feeder ball! Your gift of $20 will go toward feeder balls, puzzles, and other enrichment items for Ajani and the other curious creatures at the Zoo and the Safari Park!

$20.00   

Click here for more information about They're having a ball!

They're having a ball!
Six cheetah siblings were born last year to mother Addison. As you can imagine, these big kids can get really rambunctious and sometimes Addison needs a little break. That is where much-needed enrichment items come in handy. Cheetah keepers will offer up new and exciting things to challenge and entertain these spotted siblings--and give their busy mom some much-needed "downtime." Your gift of $20 will go toward chew toys, tug-of-war ropes, and other enrichment items for our cheetah cubs and the other energetic youngsters at the Zoo and the Safari Park!

$20.00   

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