Wednesday musings

February 7th, 2018 by Anna

I am feeling quite lucky today as I just got back from a beautiful family vacation last night! After being away for a little while, the humans at the sanctuary are always happy to be reunited with their chimpanzee friends, and the feeling is usually mutual. I was delighted to see that Central Washington has maintained its mild winter, so the chimps and I celebrated the morning with multiple walks around a snow-less Young’s Hill.

Ellie the neighborhood elk has been spending most of her winter away from the sanctuary, but now that the snow has gone, she made an appearance on the property this morning.

At one point, I saw each of the 7 chimpanzees get some fresh air, including Foxie accompanied by her Dora doll.

More walks are in order this afternoon, so I’ll just leave you with a bonus photo of this much smaller non-human primate we saw leaping through the trees of a Costa Rican national park.

Cebus capucinus (white-faced Capuchin Monkey)

 

5 Responses to “Wednesday musings”

  1. DIANE M KASTEL says:

    Please tell me what species that the “smaller non-human primate” was? Is it a capuchin monkey?

  2. Kathleen says:

    Welcome back Anna (and Ellie too!). I bet everyone at CSNW is very happy to see you again. I am sure your trip was as exciting adventure. You can feel free to share any vacation photos you like. 😉

  3. Jackie says:

    Good to have you back Anna. I’m sure the chimps were happy to see you. I’m glad to see that Ellie has reappeared.

  4. Arlene and Michael says:

    Welcome back Anna and Ellie. What a great reunion:) Love your vacation photo. Thank you.

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