New Members Show Their Love for Monkeys

Howard and Leah Cloud, owners of Casa Las Nubes in Tulemar Gardens here in Manuel Antonio, recently signed on as individual members of Titi Conservation Alliance.

With ample energy and passion for the environment, the Clouds are an exciting new addition to the Titi Conservation Alliance family.  Not only do they possess the desire to aid in our efforts for conservation of their new Costa Rican neighborhood; they also possess the gumption to learn and take steps on their own to improve the area.

Case in point – they recently constructed a new monkey bridge on their property to help monkeys travel from tree to tree.  After finishing the construction of their fabulous home (www.casalasnubes.com – available for rent; you definitely want to check it out), they noticed an area in their gardens where both capuchins and titis were struggling to travel from one tree to the next.

So with the consultation of their neighbor and fellow Titi Conservation Alliance member, Dave Houck of Casa de Frutas, they put up their first blue monkey bridge!  Now, capuchins and titis alike can travel with more ease and less ground danger.

If the monkeys could talk they would certainly be saying….”Thank you, Howard and Leah Cloud!”

Be sure to check out the Cloud’s sustainable home – http://www.casalasnubes.com – a great example of smart building practices, and it’s available as a rental property!

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