Thursday, October 16, 2008

Win a Monkey: 2008 OrnaMonkey Contest


The winners have been contacted, and I'm awaiting their confirmation. If their prizes aren't claimed, I'll go to the next person in line. Stay tuned to see who won!


Earlier this month I held a poll here for people to nominate a monkey to be made into the October 'OrnaMonkey' Monkey of the Month — and the Night Monkey won.

2 of these • People's Choice • OrnaMonkeys (retail value $16) will be awarded November 1 as prizes for the winners of the 1st ever OrnaMonkey Blog Scavenger Hunt.

To enter the contest for your chance to win one of these cool monkeys, you need to find 10 OrnaMonkey contest 'bugs' on the blogs of participating blogs. The bugs are shown at the left.

They can be found in some, but not all, of the following blogs:

~ Sorry, the contest has officially ended.

The Monkey of the Month Club gives people a different OrnaMonkey each month for a year. Membership spaces become available in November and are offered at a discount. Each member who signs up before December 31 will receive twelve 2009 OrnaMonkeys for only $99 plus S&H ($168 if purchased individually), a savings of more than 40%.

The OrnaMonkeys are a fun way to learn more about the beautiful diversity of primates while getting some very charismatic ornaments that can liven up your home or office throughout the year. Species to be included are: lemurs, macaques, marmosets, langurs, tamarins, titi monkeys and maybe even an ape or two.


kim* said...

this monkey has been seen by my eyes a lot today.

Field Notes said...

Just an update to let you know we have our first official entrant! Yahoo ~ good luck!

Sister Mary Martha said...

Just wanted to let you know I managed to get this on the blog as a link!

Field Notes said...

Thanks sista!

Jen said...

This is one serious hunt! Cute idea!

piggy said...

Very cute monkey!! Great contest :D

Anonymous said...

cute monkeys!

Unbalanced Reaction said...

How adorable!! If I had a tree, I'd totally need one. ;-)

Field Notes said...

I hang them on my gardenia plant, which never blooms so the monkeys make it more cheerful.. at least while they're hanging there!