Azuero Spider Monkey, Natalia Reagan

Natalia Reagan with AEP staff and lecture attendees in February 2012

 

In February 2012 Natalia Reagan, a scientist from California State University Northridge presented the results of the Azuero spider monkey study she conducted in 2010 with Jairo Batista (Los Asientos), Heraclio Solis (Los Asientos), and Daniel Essiambre (Canada). In her talk, Natalia suggested reforestation of streams with native tree species important to spider monkeys as a key strategy for protecting this uniquely endemic subspecies of spider monkey. Here is a list of key tree species the scientific team found important for spider monkeys in English and Spanish.

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