A worker heads toward the baby cabins
A vervet hangs out on some branches in an enclosure.
Basel, the VMF's resident sheep, searches for some snacks
Trees provide perfect chairs
A young vervet exploring a tree branch
An integration enclosure where baby monkeys are introduced into troops
A baby vervet mid integration hangs out with a potential foster mom
Sick Bay, where sick and injured vervets are treated.
A vervet takes advantage of one of the structures in his enclosure
Integration staff member Mark manages the integration of a baby vervet into a troop by allowing certain monkeys into the baby's enclosure
Musasa, one of the workers at the VMF, after a hard day's work
Eating fruit takes focus
Fruits and vegetables are prepared for the VMF's 550+ monkeys at Main Feed
Lauren acts as a bed for a napping vervet and baby samango.
All the bathrooms at the VMF house eco-friendly composting toilets. This bathroom boasts a mural that explains the different vervet sub-species
Two VMF workers construct new chalets for volunteers and visitors
A troop of wild vervets, called the Bandits, roam the foundation