About two-thirds of the Center’s approximately 5,000 monkeys live outdoors. Monkeys are provided the best of veterinary care and living conditions. They are housed either in half-acre field corrals or conical-shaped “corncribs.” Outdoor enclosures contain swings, jungle gyms and shelters for the monkeys, as well as supplemental heat during the winter months. Indoor monkeys are housed in cages and paired with another monkey for companionship during the day. The center’s exemplary Environmental Enrichment Program utilize appropriate social housing, toys, fresh fruits and vegetables, and other activities.