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I hiked out to Cathedral Point first thing in the morning, with the hope of finding some of the local capuchins; Semana Santa festivities had driven the monkeys to remote areas in the park. I first spotted a female with an infant clinging to her back. After following her for a few minutes, I came upon a troop of the capuchins. After getting a series of photos, I decided to sit down and just watch. Before long, the monkeys drew closer to me, one even sitting down in front of me.
This mischievous olingo, a close relative of the kinkajou, would come by my friend's cafe in the morning to empty a hummingbird feeder or two.
A capuchin selfie? No. I held out the camera, taking a few photos as the curious monkey inspected it.
The tent-making bat has a neat trick: it chews on a large leaf, creating a perforation pattern which causes the leaf to fold over, thus creating a tent.
I saw this guy walk into some bushes. I took a peek, and found the cat laying there, staring right back at me.