Primarily Primates Natural Habitats

February 4, 2010

In the Fall of 2011 two photographer’s, Joni Rogers and John Dale Mitchell, volunteered their time and talent to photographing the Primarily Primates Animal Sanctuary. Here are just a few of the photos they took.


Kimchi the Gibbon enjoys grapes in her habitat. (photo by John Dale Mitchell)
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A Ring-Tailed Lemur in one of several natural habitats.(photo by John Dale Mitchell)
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One of the peacocks who roam freely at the sanctuary.(photo by John Dale Mitchell)
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Brown Lemurs keeping each other company in one of the Natural Habitats at Primarily Primates.(photo by Joni Rogers)
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A serval in a large natural habitat at the sanctuary.(photo by Joni Rogers)
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One of the birds in a large natural aviary at the sanctuary.(photo by Joni Rogers)
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Rescued macaques who once lived in laboratories.(photo by Joni Rogers)
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A rescued ex-pet bird, in it’s transition cage before it is released into a large natural habitat.(photo by Joni Rogers)
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One of the grass bottomed chimpanzee habitats at night. (photo by John Dale Mitchell)
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A Gibbon at Primarily Primates. (photo by John Dale Mitchell)
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One of the several natural monkey habitats at Primarily Primates. (photo by Joni Rogers)
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