Tiputini Biodiversity Station
Dawn at villa Carmen
Titi monkey calling in the morning.
Habitat: scrub forest bordering town.
The original is a video, not a photo, but you must go to flickr to listen to it.
Some of the many wild titi monkey groups protected in this private garden in the suburbs of the city. This monkey population increased from natural reproduction of local animals displaced by surrounding deforestation.
One of the native monkeys still surviving in the remnant patches of trees of this threatened urban reserve. Sometimes you can hear several groups calling early in the morning. Sorry for the bad picture but it serves as a document.
Género: Callicebus (Thomas, 1903)
The titis, or titi monkeys, are the New World monkeys of the genus Callicebus. They are the only extant members of the Callicebinae subfamily, which also contains the extinct genera Xenothrix, Antillothrix, Paralouatta, Carlocebus, Lagonimico, and possibly also Tremacebus.