Saturday, July 25, 2015
The canopy above Cañaote
Early every morning, the wild ones sit in the trees above Cañaote. They eat the fruit and leaves, Mangos and Mamon. The ground is covered with the shells of the Mamon. They are also in grand voice. They join with the monkeys of Cañaote in a great chorus, which can be heard for many miles around us. They come in big families as they have done for many years. They know that Cañaote is a safe haven and a refuge. Our photographs today were shot this morning. These little ladies are very intersted in some of our males. They are in the trees above Cosito, Daniel and the young ones, Katty, Mimo and Saco.
Posted by Philip Cordrey at 9:08 AM