3766 Old Clyattville Road
Valdosta, GA 31601
COVID-19 NOTICE: We’re open as scheduled here at Wild Adventures and the team is committed to providing a safe and memorable experience for guests. We take cleanliness and hygiene seriously all-year round but have recently ramped-up efforts to help prevent the spread of germs. That means, twenty-six (26) additional hand-sanitation stations throughout the park, rigorous and high-frequency deep cleaning of commonly touched surfaces and increased hygiene signage in public and team member areas. We’re diligently following guidelines from the CDC on prevention, and strongly encourage guests to do the same prior to visiting.
Squirrel monkeys are active during the day, spending most of their time in the middle level of the forest, moving from tree to tree looking for fruits, flowers and insects. They are excellent climbers and leapers and can travel long distances through the forest running along and leaping between branches. They only come down to the group occassionally.
Squirrel monkeys' social relationships are very complex. They live in large groups, subdivided into adult male bands, mother-and-infant bands, and juveniles, except during the mating season. Females often form a special bond with another female. The size of the groups can vary from 20 - 35 up to as many as 200 or more in some areas. They all sleep together at night, and then divide up to go and look for food.
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