Here at A.P.E.S, we care for two Capuchin monkeys and nine White-Handed Gibbons. We are a non-profit organization located in Blacklick, Ohio which houses primates that were previously kept as household pets.
Thank you from A.P.E.S.
Thank you to everyone who supported A.P.E.S. over the past year. Thank you to those who donated during the GoFundMe campaigns and to those who came to the fundraiser, who came for tours, or who dropped off food donations. Thank you to the volunteers. The sanctuary could not run without all of you and your generosity. We are truly blessed and we appreciate everyone's support.
The A.P.E.S. organization is committed to be protectors, conservationists, caregivers and educators for all primates, especially the Capuchin and the endangered White-Handed Gibbon.
To practice excellent husbandry, training and housing standards for our animals.
To educate people who think they want a primate.
To help educate college students majoring in zoology, anthropology and other sciences on what it means to work with exotic animals, while gaining hands-on experience.
To help with conservation in Asia and South America with other primate organizations, as well as sharing ideas with other zoos & sanctuaries around the U.S.