Adopt-a-Monkey Program: Dali
Often described by researchers as a “little princess,” Dali was born as the daughter of an alpha female in 2001. Although her group suffered much social upheaval during her first few years of life, Dali always coped admirably and has since become the alpha female of her group and a mother of four.
Please go to her facebook page here to learn more background about her life and send her a friend request for free.
If you enjoy receiving live status updates, photos, and videos about the monkeys of Lomas Barbudal, please consider donating to this organization to keep this project running. This is a rare opportunity to gain insight into the intimate life of a white faced capuchin monkey through Susan Perry’s life work.
These monkeys are completely wild. The researchers and assistants documenting these monkeys do not attempt to interfere with their natural behaviors and the behaviors of the other animals they encounter. Please note that life in nature is not always pleasant. If you are subscribing on behalf of your children, we recommend the “Kid Approved” content subscription in the drop down menu. Both versions of the Facebook subscriptions will receive the same amount of posts and insight into these characters’ lives, but some details and pictures will be censored that may too graphic for children.
** It can take up to 7 days before your Facebook Friend Request is accepted. Contact us at CapuchinFoundation@gmail.com if there are any problems.
Interesting linksHere are some interesting links for you! Enjoy your stay :)
- Data Collection
- Ethogram – Behavioral Videos
- How to Help
- Meet the Monkeys
- Monero Memories
- What’s New
- Field Staff
- Social Traditions
- Life History