Video Gallery: Snow Monkeys


Pumpkins for Primates

Published: Oct 30th, 2013

We wanted our primates to enjoy a little Halloween treat while educating the public on the work we do at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary so we teamed up with local groups in New Braunfels, Texas to make it happen...


Pumpkins for Primates

Published: Oct 30th, 2013

We wanted our primates to enjoy a little Halloween treat while educating the public on the work we do at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary so we teamed up with local groups in New Braunfels, Texas to make it happen...


29 More WAO Macaques Arrive!

Published: Aug 11th, 2012

On Aug. 11-13, 2012, 29 hybrid pig-tail/long-tail macaques were transferred from Wild Animal Orphanage in San Antonio, TX, to their new home at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary...


Jump, Every Monkey, Jump!

Published: Feb 1st, 2013

Nothing says "fun" quite like jumping monkeys! The Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary an hour's drive south of San Antonio is a jumpin' place, especially when the weather's good...


Everything's Just Grape

Published: Feb 6th, 2011

An older female snow monkey enjoys a snack of grapes on a cold morning after a light overnight snowfall at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary in south Texas.


Longtail Macaques with Watermelon: Four

Published: Jul 16th, 2008

Longtail macaques at Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary.


Zeke Browsing

Published: Jul 27th, 2012

Sixteen-year-old Zeke browses on some fresh grass at his new home at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary. Zeke is one of 10 stump-tailed macaques transferred from the Wild Animal Orphanage on July 25, 2012...


Stop!

Published: Feb 6th, 2011

The camera man gets his wish while video taping snow monkeys in the 56-acre enclosure at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary after a very rare snowfall overnight.


Houdini Enjoys an Ear of Corn

Published: Aug 17th, 2010

One of 15 recently arrived long-tailed macaques dives into a fresh ear of sweet corn.


Foraging in the grass

Published: Sep 16th, 2008

A longtail macaque, now released to the enclosure at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary, enjoys foraging in the grass after years spent in a laboratory.


Longtail Macaques with Watermelon: One

Published: Jul 16th, 2008

Longtail macaques at Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary.


Private video

Published: Dec 31st, 1969


A Little Taste of Snow

Published: Feb 6th, 2011

The Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary received a little snow on February 4th, 2011 and this snow monkey (Japanese Macaque) is enjoying a little taste of the white stuff.


Longtail macaques grooming in tree

Published: Sep 19th, 2008

Recently released into their 5-acre free-range enclosure at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary, these former laboratory residents now live a natural life amidst acres of heavily wooded and other lush vegetation.


Our Biggest Rescue Begins!

Published: Aug 1st, 2012

On Wednesday, July 25, 2012, the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary in south Texas received the first 10 of more than 100 monkeys (and one baboon) it is rescuing from the bankrupt Wild Animal Orphanage in San Antonio...


Sanctuary monkeys eat watermelon: Two

Published: Jul 16th, 2008

Rescued longtail macaques enjoy a meal of watermelon and other fruits at Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary.


Soakin' up Some Sun

Published: Feb 6th, 2011

Two young snow monkeys at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary enjoy some welcome sun after a frigid night in which snow fell for the first time in years.


Longtail Macaques with Watermelon: Three

Published: Jul 16th, 2008

Longtail macaques at Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary.


Belinda and Lena

Published: Jul 27th, 2012

Two stump-tailed macaques from Wild Animal Orphanage, Belinda and Lena, enjoy a tasty south Texas treat of ripe mesquite beans. The two are part of a group of 10 recently re-homed to the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary...


Longtail macaques relax in a tree

Published: Sep 19th, 2008

After years in a laboratory, these longtail macaques are able to enjoy the lush natural surroundings of the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary.