It has only been seven months since April gave birth to her second calf, a male, named Tajiri. But last month, zoo officials did hint that love was in the air for April and her mate Oliver.
The park owner's comment caused a social media frenzy, as April fans took to Twitter to express their shock at the possibility of another giraffe cam.
It has been just 7 months since the famous 15-year-old giraffe delivered her calf before an online audience of more than a million viewers from her pen at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York - but soon it may be time to restart the clock.
Patch was talking about the possibility of a pregnancy earlier this week on "Good Morning America". So perhaps next year, the world will be on "giraffe watch" once again.
April's pregnancy was the talk of the town for 65 days.
Less than a year later, baby Tajiri is "already approaching 10 feet in height", Patch said, adding that April has "been an incredible mother".
Patch also gave an update on Tajiri on GMA.
The zoo later said they let one of April's caretakers choose the name of the baby giraffe, which means "hope" in Swahili.
"From the hundreds of thousands of visitors we've seen and even just his progress in growth has been remarkably easy and textbook, which has been a blessing", he said.