I thought it would be fun to do a little flashback post and revisit some old blog posts in a game I am now calling “On this day in Sanctuary History.”
September 5, 2008:
Apparently Missy was playing a lively game of chase in the greenhouse with the sanctuary’s founder Keith! Check it out here! It’s really fun to see how far the sanctuary has come since this day (including better video cameras).
On September 5, 2009, Diana was getting ready for another auction. This auction featured the famous “Negra in the Sun” painting by good friend of the sanctuary, Margaret Parkinson.
September 5, 2010:
Jamie participated in the cleaning process
September 5, 2011:
Staff caregiver Debbie compared Annie to a famous friend of hers.
September 5, 2012:
We were recovering and full of gratitude after the Taylor Bridge Fire.
September 5, 2013:
The chimps love the nature around them!
September 5, 2014:
Two chimpanzees that share the same mannerism.
September 5, 2015:
A little lesson on chimpanzee behavior.
September 5, 2016:
Burrito celebrated Labor Day!
September 5, 2017:
Missy showed enthusiasm for her favorite food!
September 5, 2018 (Today!):
Jamie has her caregivers walking lots of laps so she can keep her eye on the new construction. The masons are busy laying the cement block walls that will be the future areas for introduction and quarantine space.