Lekki Conservation Centre, Lagos, Nigeria.
Not much better. But wanted to document...
Now that I know they are there I hope to get better photos in the next days. Today was slightly better than yesterday.
1. Yes, Yvonne, you are allowed to use. Delete those from yesterday.
2. I will no more have GPS tagging from today. The USB port at the camera does not work completely; had this problem one year ago, Needs new main board (500€, in this special case: new camera ;)). Do not want to live without the cam for the last two and a half months. So I am not going to risk anything.
proof-of-observation-photos. Sorry for quality - photos taken with 400 mm lens and still more than 75% cropped to have something in the picture.
Yvonne, please tell me something more! You asked me some days ago - there they are. :)
Don't know the group size, maybe 20. I had at least 3 photos with mothers with children and still enough adults without youngsters.
Blue monkey x red-tailed monkey hybrid (no machine tag for that one!)
From IUCN Red List: http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/4221/0
Moloney's Monkey (C. m. moloneyi)
Camera trap images by Anne-Marie C. Hodges and team
The guenons (/ɡəˈnoʊn/ or /ˈɡwɛnən/) are the genus Cercopithecus of Old World monkeys. Not all the members of this genus have the word "guenon" in their common names, and because of changes in scientific classification, some monkeys in other genera may have common names that do include the word "guenon". Nonetheless, the use of the term guenon for monkeys of this genus is widely accepted.