Bananas in Belize: A rescue and rehabilitation story

In the summer of 2017, I was introduced to six personable, hilarious, and loving individuals: Shawn, Ivy, Maya, Max, Puck, and Jade. They comprised the two troops of howler monkeys placed into my care during my volunteer placement at Wildtracks, a wildlife rehabilitation center in Sarteneja, Belize. Wildtracks is a non-profit community dedicated to conservation and rehabilitation of endangered species in Belize. Their focus is mainly on rehabilitating and releasing wild Antillean manatees, spider monkeys, and howler monkeys, as well as more common animals in Belize like raccoons, deer, and coatis. The organization was established by Paul and Zoe Walker in 1990. They have a 95% success rate i

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