Marilyn's facial burns are now healing after she was electrocuted here in Playa Guiones. Unfortunately her tail was badly injured and is taking much longer to heal. We're doing everything we can to help her recover. ... See MoreSee Less
Erin BellI'm curious- are they still considered releasable if they have to have their tail amputated or if they don't regain total usage of it? I know how important the prehensile tails are to howlers!
2 days ago
Brenda Sue BombardShe is totally releasable. Her short tail has not slowed her down. her taiL and the rest of her body is still healing. It just takes time! Thank you for asking
Iker was electrocuted by uninsulated/damaged power lines in Esperanza. He has minor injuries on his hands, but unfortunately could not be reunited with his troop or his mother. Now Iker will stay at Refuge for Wildlife until he is old enough to be released which will be several years. ... See MoreSee Less
Alice is 5 months old and was orphaned when her mother was electrocuted in Nicoya. Thankfully she has no visible injuries. Alice has now joined the other orphans in the Infant Nursery. ... See MoreSee Less