Articles about monkeys that have been rehabilitated due to injury from electrocution.
Electrocution Is The #1 Killer Of Howler Monkeys In Costa Rica How Are They Being Electrocuted? By touching TWO (or more) uninsulated power lines at the same time. By touching the hot clamp, cables, fuse cutout, lightning arrestor, primary input (bushings), or secondary output (terminals and wires) on uninsulated power transformers. What Types of Injures Are Caused By Electrocution? […]Continue Reading... //Comments Off on Stop the Shocks – Insulating Transformers and Power Lines
On Tuesday May 3rd 2016, ICE installed several wildlife protection kits along the main road of Playa Guiones for the Nosara “Stop the Shocks” Program. Refuge for Wildlife purchased these kits through donations from the public and a generous grant received several months ago. Lisa Foley and Thierry, Mael & Martine Von Der Weid donated […]Continue Reading... //Comments Off on Refuge for Wildlife and ICE Work Together to “Stop the Shocks”
Nosara Refuge for Wildlife fundraising calendars are here! Each calendar contains 16 months of beautiful photographs and stories about monkeys that we have rescued, rehabilitated and released. Printed on 11″x15.5″ heavy weight paper and wire bound, these high quality calendars cost only $20 or ₡10,000 each and 100% of all proceeds will go directly to […]Continue Reading... //Comments Off on 2016-2017 Fundraising Calendar
By Matt Banes It’s 4:45 AM, the metal roof is clanking as the offshore winds whip across the local mountains and down through the Nosara beaches. A few roosters and dogs are chiming in and, to add to this jungle symphony, the Howler Monkeys are sounding off with their deep bellows. If you are smiling […]Continue Reading... //Comments Off on The Howler Monkey Symphony – Now Playing at Dusk and Dawn
Ethan has been with us for about a year and a half now since he fell onto rocks when his mother was electrocuted, breaking his jaw. Even though he smashed several teeth and his jaw was broken, baby Ethan never stopped having a good appetite. One of the important factors when successfully rescuing howler […]Continue Reading... //Comments Off on Ethan’s Forever Home
Costa Rica: One woman’s fight to save the country’s monkeys The growth of tourism in Costa Rica has been an economic plus but has taken an unforeseen toll on wildlife. Increased need for power means more electrical transformers, which have had a devastating effect on the country’s howler monkey population. Most of Costa Rica’s power […]Continue Reading... //No Comments.