83 Photos - Jun 15, 2014
Photo: Young two toed sloth arrived last week, he fell from his mom and now we are raising him. He is a bit older therefore eats more leaves and flowers and doesn’t drink milk anymorePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Ellen, Kermie and Pelota, baby two toed sloths at the KSTR Rescue CenterPhoto: Three toed sloth at the KSTR Rescue CenterPhoto: Photo: Photo: Male whiteface monkey 2012-06-022 Adopted by Ms. Goss's  3rd grade class to be named Cezar: Fell from a very very very tall tree while cruising by with its troop. A 13 year old named Juan Carlos saw this. His dogs attacked and Juan Carlos went to rescue the monkey. He was able to get the dogs away, the troop came back and tried to take the monkey, but it was not able to walk. The troop left and the Juan Carlos called us. When Pia arrived, the monkey was hiding inside bamboo and Juan Carlos  helped the Pia capture the monkey.Photo: Photo: Baby Deer adopted 2/2012 by Mrs. Mulvey's Fourth Grade Class 2011-2012Photo: Kinkajou Dallas adopted by Hemant and Edaire 4 2010Photo: Photo: Photo: Female Agouti adopted by Hannah, Ryann, Rachel, Monica, Emilee, Jayda named Ralph May 2012Photo: Buho de anteojos o Spectacled Owl. He flew into a barbed wire, injured his wings- healed pretty quickly was released in 2 weeksPhoto: White faced monkey named Bobo and adopted by Mrs. Barber-Moore’s Science Classes from Pine View School in 2011Photo: White face monkey male juvenile: Adopted by Ms. Goss's class to be named Cezar  MF2012-06-022 See other photos of Cezar feeling better!Photo: White face monkey male juvenile: Adopted by Ms. Goss's class to be named Cezar  MF2012-06-022  See earlier photos for Cezar feeling better.Photo: The mom was killed and a woman passing by decided to try to save the baby. She took it to MINAET and they brought it to us. It’s quite big and has teeth already so I think that it has a very good chance to finish maturing and then be successfully released. MF2012-06-023Photo: Four eye opossum (Philander opossum) male baby. MF2012-06-023Photo: Four eye opossum (Philander opossum) male baby foot. MF2012-06-023Photo: Titi monkeyPhoto: Young female agouti 4/2012Photo: Young anteater at rehab 5 2010 named AndyPhoto: Sloth named Maria, who we now think is Jesus, our first baby boy, now named after the gardener that saved her/him! She is about 1 1/2 months old.Photo: Baby newborn sloth 2003Photo: Baby titi named Nibbles adopted by Jack, Thomas and Grade 2 AHa at SJI International Singapore 3/2012Photo: Adult Female Titi Monkey to be named Kiki of Jessica Foster & Cara Cunningham, on behalf of Class 3R, Midland School recovering from parasite infestation 4 2012Photo: Adult Female Titi Monkey to be named Kiki of Jessica Foster & Cara Cunningham, on behalf of Class 3R, Midland School recovering from parasite infestation 4 2012Photo: Baby male Raccoon survivor of poisoning 2012-08-32Photo: Baby female raccoon- orphan 2012-08-33Photo: Spectacled Owl 2012-08-34Photo: Young male titi monkey named Peeta adopted by 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade YES Focus Students, Loganville, GA 4/2012Photo: Titi monkey named Eddie Baby and adopted  in the name of Happy Destiny LLC  Released 3/2012 after burns on his abdomen healed.  He was brought in by the fire department.Photo: Young male titi monkey adopted by 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade YES Focus Students, Loganville, GA 4/2012Photo: Crab eating raccon named Fofo eating a crab 6/2003Photo: White face monkey male juvenile 2012-06-022: Today we will do our usual physical exam and probably be transferring him to a bigger cage.  This means he will be able to move around more and do (himself) the exercise needed to strengthen his muscles and nerves. He can't however move too much or play too much because we don't want him to fracture his vertebrae again… But until now he has been an incredible patient so let’s hope he continues the same way :)Photo: Capuchin named Hugo showing a lot of personality, Photo by Vernita GundyPhoto: Oncilla 12 2011Photo: Baby sloth named Victory adopted by Tina Benson, Kimberly Carlisle, Christina Garner, Carolyn Shaw, Patricia Britt and Pablo Porras  2/2012Photo: Baby male Raccoon - survivor of poisoning 2012-08-32Baby female raccoon- someone killed the mom 2012-08-33Baby male raccoon- survivor of a huge rainforest rain! found in the street wet and dirty 2012-08-35Photo: Closest titi monkey to camera was named Skittles and was adopted by Mrs. Barber-Moore’s Science Classes from Pine View School February, 2012 Thanks, class, for your continuing support!Photo: Sloth named Sunshine at 1 1/2 months 2003Photo: Photo: Sloth named Valentine eating a cecropia blossom 2002 Photo by Craig PricePhoto: HaLam Le and Miss Le's 1st Grade 2011-12 Class adopted the female white faced and name her Diigo. She was electrocuted and was in the ICU at the Rescue Center the first week of June. We still don't know if the baby is alive. 6-5-12Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: White faced monkeyPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: