Nice. Needs sound though
Good for the photos, congratulations Sam!2/27/18 11.47
22feb18---¡Pura Vida!-Between 4:30 and 5:00pm yesterday I captured many many monkeys ( plus a few humans ) then today I uploaded seven of those images. At one point a whiteface was upside down looking into the camera just inches away. That grab did not come out. :-( . I believe I was laughing too hard and missed it. Many of the 'photos' from yesterday have more than what I have outlined, just too small to see. I counted, 5 seen at one time. EnJoy EnJoy
Agreed Sam, IT IS a better view now, so thank you and the host for that ;)
11feb18-Pura Vida!- Chosa del Manglar replied ( Than You ) to my e-mail and then the next day repositioned the 'live cam' to an even better view than before, ( imo ) Hopefully viewers will see even more beautiful wildlife now.
9feb18--I sent our host an e-mail just now Ben, asking if this cam position is intentional. I bet the monkey hands seen in one 'photos' are likely the cause, no? ____ The four kinds of monkeys which can be seen here are : The Central American squirrel monkey, the mantled howler, the white-headed capuchin and the endangered Geoffroy's spider monkey. EnJoy EnJoy
Why the change in camera?
Spotted 4monkeys yesterday
Ruby, I have seen wildlife many times. Early morning, evenings. More activity when guest are out in evenings, food may be around. Look around 6:00 pm local time.
Has anyone seen any wildlife here?
Best time to view birds, monkeys and other animals is early morning between 6 am and 8 am and late afternoon between 3 pm and 5 pm. Come and visit when you get a chance. Pura Vida de Costa Rica and the pristine Osa Peninsula.
Feliz Navidad y Feliz Año Nuevo ¡Todos!