From Animal Issues, Volume 38 Number 2, Summer 2007
Spring arrived in a burst of rainfall. Within days, the Sanctuary became green and lush and covered in wild flowers. This was a welcome respite after many months of extremely dry and barren conditions. The monkeys were certainly happy as the green foliage provided opportunities for foraging and exploration.
Watch the latest goings on at the API Primate Sanctuary in these new video clips. See how our residents spend their days enjoying their lives in our natural, multi-acre, free-range enclosures. One of their favorite pastimes is playing in the water. Watch as some of the primates make a splash in one of our favorite video clips.
From Animal Issues, Volume 38 Number 1, Spring 2007
Two young rhesus monkeys who were kept as family “pets” arrived at the Sanctuary in recent months.
From Animal Issues, Volume 37 Number 4, Winter 2006
A new group of monkeys has arrived at the API Primate Sanctuary. Recently released from a research facility, the group of bonnet macaques is settling into its new home in Southwest Texas.
From Animal Issues, Volume 37 Number 3, Fall 2006
We’ve undertaken plenty of projects here at the Sanctuary lately aimed at helping the primates who live here have the most natural and enriched life possible.
API and our Primate Sanctuary have teamed up with Turner Publishing Company to bring you this delightful 2007 wall calendar. Featuring beautiful photographs by Sanctuary Co-Director, Sarah Kite, each month provides a glimpse into daily life at the Sanctuary for residents such as Darwin, Carly, Boon, Tilly, and more. The calendar's vibrant, contrasting colors and monthly informational tidbits are sure to be a hit with just about everyone, making them perfect gifts for the upcoming holiday season!
We are sad to announce the death of Tucson, one of our “adoptable” primates. He died peacefully in his sleep at our Sanctuary.
From Animal Issues, Volume 37 Number 2, Summer 2006
The past four months have been a busy time at the Sanctuary. Projects, such as the construction of a new set of semi-natural enclosures, have almost been completed. Climbing platforms for additional enrichment and shelter within one of our large, natural, free-range enclosures have also been built, along with a pool and a diving platform, something the monkeys thoroughly enjoy.
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