Franky the vervet is injured again!
- Thursday, 28 November 2013 16:50
Any long-term supporters might remember, Franky Four Fingers (a wild adult male vervet monkey who has integrated into our vervet release troop) who survived a car accident just outside of Colobus Conservation a few months ago. On Sunday the tragedy continued for him as we were called to help a vervet who had been attacked by a baboon at the house next door to our head quarters. Read more
Suggest a name for our new colobus orphan and donate towards his care
- Saturday, 16 November 2013 05:57
Colobus Conservation need to find a name for the Angolan colobus monkey we are currently hand rearing. We are giving our supporters the opportunity to help us with this task. For a £5 donation to our GoFundMe site the donor can suggest a name and donate towards his care. A short list of names will then be voted on via our facebook page. Read more about his story and for full details of the competition.
Two road accidents cause upset in our vervet release troop
- Sunday, 20 October 2013 17:01
On Tuesday 10th September, Franky Four Fingers, a wild adult male that has joined our vervet release troop, was hit by a car while crossing the main road in front of our headquarters. For the next two days he was visibly suffering from the blow, struggling to coordinate his movement and regularly vomiting, both common signs of a concussion. Read more
Help Colobus Conservation save a female colobus monkey and her infant
- Thursday, 07 November 2013 17:22
On Sunday 3rd November Colobus Conservation was called to assist an adult Angolan colobus monkey that had been hit by a car within the Diani area. Up on arrival at the incident it quickly became apparent that a small white colobus infant was also involved. Both monkey's were brought back to Colobus Conservation's vet facility to receive treatment. Read more
Colobus Conservation Climbs Mount Kenya
- Thursday, 18 July 2013 08:58
Ain't No Mountain High Enough to keep Lisa and Eduardo from helping the colobus!
At the end of July 2013 Lisa Owen, a long term volunteer colobus carer at Colobus Conservation, and Eduardo Bucio are climbing Mount Kenya to help raise funds to ensure the continued rehabilitation and release programme for our orphaned colobus monkeys. Lisa and Eduardo begin the ascent of the second largest mountain in Africa on the 27th July and it will take them a gruelling 4 days to reach the summit. Read more