Marie TeresaMona LisaThese two ladies like being together. They have a new hammock. They love to play with the it. No exaggeration to say that they spend many hours each day playing with the… Read More
Relating to my recent note on providing secure food for monkeys in crisis times. ( it doesn't have to be monkeys). Several people have asked me, what kind of dryer I used. Here is a photogra… Read More
In common with many others, at Cañaote, we are suffering from shortages. Food that is no longer available as well as food we can no longer afford. We were aware of the growing crisis… Read More
Paula daughter of Yaco and Lucio. Born 20th February 2016 Read More
I was certain that the wild ones would bring their Valentine greetings to Cañaote. I was not disappointed. This boy and girl moved all the way around the camp, singing at the top of t… Read More
This chap is a regular visitor Usually alone and always in the late afternoon. We are not sure but we suspect his name is Eric. A male monkey who released himself some years ago. This would… Read More
Last evening, as the sun began to set. The wild ones grouped getting ready to leave for their over night sleeping place. This young lady had spent hours admiring Monito, from a tree above hi… Read More
It is bad fortune that leads a wild animal into Captive care.When an animal is sick or infirm it is unavoidableWhen an animal has lost the savage skills because of long term internment with… Read More
Silence broken only by the gentle rustle of trees above me. Momentarily a quiet rushing sound as an intrusive breeze passes through. The trees sway briefly. No sky That I can see, just trees… Read More
Cañaote at sundown. This picture taken only moments ago, just as the sun was going down. This mother with her pretty baby was among a crowd of araguatos, making a late visit.. As usua… Read More
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