ENRICHMENT for Baboons and Great Apes at CAPTIVITY
At my Pinterest channel I collected enrichment tools (first of all human kid-toys) that lot of zoo and sanctuary uses to baboons and great apes.
You can see these here: https://www.pinterest.com/csillafrank/monkeys-and-their-toys-celebrations/
Of course, an enclosure has minimal requirements (horizontal, vertical, size, botanical, water supply etc.), tell the true I had seen adequate enclosure awfully rarely, therefore the really animal-love and enrichment can be very helpful for the “inhabitants”.
Choomba, G.g. gorilla, with mirror, Zoo Atlanta
(photo by Jodi Carrigan)
The professional and in 100% safety enrichment for the great apes and monkeys is (1.) food- or (2.) non-food solution.
In this field the Zoo Atlanta is the “standard”, the proof training assembled by Jodi Carrigan.
Muke, G.g. gorilla, Utah's Hogle Zoo
(photo by Jameson Weston)
Food-based enrichment: http://gorillassp.org/FoodEnrichment.html (you can download at PDF)
Non food-based enrichment: http://gorillassp.org/NonFoodEnrichment.html (you can download at PDF)
Hamadryas Baboon, Prospect Park Zoo
(photo by Julie Larsen)
The perfect solution is the combining of the professional- and human enrichment.